By Ryan Bertram
Jul 29, 2015

The Fall 2015 Popcorn Sale is Here!

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Most Scouters agree that product sales fundraising is an important resource for their units’ camping programs.

This year, sales are really taking off and while there are a number of fundraising options available for units (car 

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Nonprofit youth groups and schools raise nearly $2 billion each year through sales of customer products, and research has found 75 percent of Americans and eight out of 10 parents purchase fundraising products.

 washes, spaghetti dinners, etc.), participation in a council-led popcorn sale is consistently the most effective fundraising approach for Scout units.

The popcorn sale is a proven way for individual Scouts, families and units to earn funds for camp and Scouting activities. Please review the Scouting Handbook for Church Units in the United States and LDS Handbook 2: Administering the Church for more information about fundraising activities. There is no policy preventing individual Scouts and families from participating in the popcorn sale!

Plan now to join us for the Utah National Parks Council 2015 Fall Popcorn Kick-off, Monday, August 17, 2015, 6-8 pm at the Orem Service Center, 748 No 1340 West, in the Canyonlands Conference Room (the big one down stairs). For more information contact:

Ryan Bertram
 |  District Director
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Utah National Parks Council
Orem Service Center, 748 North 1340 West,Orem, UT 84057
P 801.437.6222  |  F 801.437.6240
ryan.bertram@scouting.org

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Author: Ryan Bertram  |  District Director, Utah National Parks Council

 

 

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2 thoughts on “The Fall 2015 Popcorn Sale is Here!

  1. Ryan BertramRyan Bertram

    Cory, the local UNPC kick-off was Monday, August 17. Most councils hold their popcorn sale in the fall. Marketing materials are available early summer (i.e. June).

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