Marie E. Lackore (mlackore@ATHENET.NET)
Sun, 27 Oct 1996 23:01:42 +0000
> Hi, I'm new to this. I am a student at high school yet. I am also the
> president of a my church group. I was just wondering if anyone could
> give me any ideas as to finding some good simple fundraisers. Any
> information or ideas I am very thankful for. Thank you very much.
> Steph (email@example.com)
Our troop just finished a fund raiser at Fazoli's restaurant this
weekend. Great fund raiser. We did three stores and made about
$650.00. We ran the fund raiser Friday and Saturday. Fazoli's
offers an AYCE (all you can eat) spaghette or fettucini for $4.49.
For ever AYCE purchased they donate a dollar to your organization.
All you need to do is provide about four to help at busy times. This
includes Friday dinner (about 4:30 to 8:00 p.m.) and again Saturday
dinner same times and Saturday lunch (about 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.).
You have one of your people at each door handing out flyers that you
make out promoting your fund raiser. The other two pass out
breadsticks and samples. You rotate positions periodically.
It is a painless and simple fund raiser. Fazoli's does these
nationwide. They are a wonderful organization to work with. I
cannot speak highly enough. One of the managers we work with, Duane
Murphy, is FANTASTIC and bends over backwards to promote our fund
raiser. He is the GREATEST!
We make sure that we circulate our flyer weeks ahead and let everyone
we know know that we are doing an AYCE.
If you want a copy of our flyer, let me know. I'll be happy to share
Marie E. Lackore
A loyal Green Bay Packer Fan
Family Camping Group Coordinator
(among other things)
Gathering Waters District, Bay-Lakes Council
Appleton, WI 54914
I used to be a BEAR, a good old BEAR too...
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