Re: pizza fundraising
Blaine S Nay (b.nay.scouts-l@JUNO.COM)
Sat, 12 Sep 1998 21:46:38 -0700
> From: Jason Cruse <jcruse@SOCKET.NET>
> Does anyone have any addresses/contact numbers for pizza fundraising?
> Jason A. Cruse
As a Scoutmaster some ten years ago we made a bunch of money (over $500
per weekend) selling pizzas.
First, the boys went out to make advance sales. Each customer paid in
advance and was issued a reciept. They filled in an order form marking
desired toppings for each pizza.
The order form had rows and colums like a spreadsheet. Each row was for
one pizza and included cells for customer name, address, and phone. The
customer simply checked the column(s) pertaining to the desired toppings.
We obtained uncooked pizza shells (dough already rolled out in 14"
from a local grocery chain. They donated ten shells for every 20 we
We bought shredded cheese, various toppings, and sauce in gallon cans
a warehouse-style store.
Early D-Day (delivery day - a Saturday) we assembled as a troop in the
church kitchen to make pizzas from the orders. Each pizza was hand
by a single scout (You gotta watch 'em or the pizza will be 6" high!).
Then they were wrapped in plastic wrap - ready for the oven or freezer.
We were done making and delivering pizzas by noon or 2pm. We had a ball!
Blaine S Nay, Silverdale, Washington, USA
I used to be a Buffalo, SE-350-83
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