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Q: How well do you think "Friendship Brecelets" would sell for a fund raiser?

March 22, 2010 | By Erin R. | 4 answers | Expired: 1626 days ago

Erin R.

I'm thinking of making various crafts and such (magnets, stickers, buttons and Friendship Bracelets) for a fund raiser. Was looking for input on how well they ight sell and possible prices to sell them for!? Any ideas or input would be helpfull!

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Jeanette G.
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Mar 24, 2010

i would suggest when selling these products, make sure that the customer knows that the products are being sold for fundraising, and the exact thing that money is going to. you could sell your products for more money that way b/c the buyer feels like he/she is helping in some way. Usually you can see friendship bracelets for $1.00 and they will sell pretty well. You can also give pamplets with what the bracelets or magnets are about, which will allow you to sell your product at a higher price, thus earning more money for the fundraiser.

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Linda B.
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Mar 24, 2010

This is a great idea for a fundraiser. For years the little rubber bracelets have been popular for a variety of causes. I agree with Denise - a lot depends on how much the materials cost, but keep the price low. Good luck!

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Tricia L.
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Mar 23, 2010

So do you have bsl merchandise you are selling. I would be interested!!!!

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Denise L.
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Mar 22, 2010

I think it's a great idea! Something small like a bracelet or a magnet won't break the customer's bank, so you are more apt to get more people to buy them, thus raising money for a good cause! I would make the bracelets $1 or $2...maybe $3 for a magnet, $1 for a sticker, $2 for a button...$3 for a keychain, etc. I think it depends on how much you spend on the materials used & how ornate the items are.

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