Looking for a fun, profitable way to raise money for your school, sports team, church, or other organization? We invite you to explore a new fundraising opportunity with Crossroads. Candy bars, cookie dough and lollipops are nice, but candles last much longer and appeal to a larger group of potential buyers. Not to mention that your group can earn up to 50% profit on every Crossroads product. So if you wish to raise $100, for example, you would have to sell 200 candy bars, 25 tubs of cookie dough, or 400 lollipops to meet your goal. But with a Crossroads fundraiser, you would only need to sell 13 candles to meet your goal. This means less work and more profit!
Who doesn’t love a great-smelling, clean-burning candle? Candles are a perfect gift for the holidays, or as a housewarming gift, a dinner party gift, a thank you gift, or a birthday gift. In addition to candles, the Crossroads fundraiser program also includes candle accessories, electric warmers, crumbles, room sprays, air fresheners, and reed diffusers.
Why not offer your supporters the opportunity to purchase a quality product that they will truly use and enjoy? Crossroads firmly believes that a great product makes all the difference in having a successful fundraiser. So, you really have nothing to lose – only profit to gain – by pursuing a fundraiser opportunity with Crossroads.
Experience the Crossroads Advantage:
- High quality products and premium fragrances
- Proudly made in the USA
- Fun and easy for groups of all sizes
- Higher profits – up to 50% profit
- No minimum purchase needed
- Free shipping on orders of $1,500 or more
- Full-color fundraising brochures provided
- One-on-one personal service
TWO FUNDRAISING OPTIONS AVAILABLE
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Cheryl White • Fundraising Sales Director • email@example.com
Ready to start earning? Contact us today!
115 Crossroads Blvd., Bucyrus, OH 44820
Phone: 866-247-0156 • Fax: 419-562-3937
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