CAMP CARD FUNDRAISING PROGRAM
What is a Camp Cards? –
- NEW VENDOR · PERFORATED CARDS
- NEW CARDS · HIGHER QUALITY DEALS
- ON TIME · EASIER TO SELL
A Camp Card is a discount card that provides the purchasers numerous discounts to restaurants and retailers all throughout Buckeye Council. Each card is sold for $5.00. The deals on the card far exceed the amount. Scouts are encouraged to sell as many as they can. Your Unit will earn 40% ($2.00 per card) of all sales!
Why is it called the Camp Card? –
Many units will use the Camp Card program as a way for a Scout to earn his own way to Summer Camp, Day Camp, or Webelos Resident Camp. The Camp Card may be used by a unit to help offset fees for a unit trip, or many other activities.
What makes the Camp Card better than other fundraisers? –
There is no risk to your unit. All your unit needs to do is agree to participate in the 2014 Camp Card Program, and request the number of cards your unit intends on selling. Once your unit has the 2014 Camp Cards you will issue them to your Scouts one bundle at a time, which is 10 cards or $50 worth of cards. At the end of the sale your unit will return all unsold cards and $3.00 per card sold to the Council Office. Your unit retains it’s portion of cards sold.
How long is the sale? –
The 2014 Camp Card sale will run from March 15, 2014 – May 30, 2014.
What makes this year’s Camp Card better than last years? –
The Buckeye Council wanted to produce the best possible Camp Card with the most value, and in turn make your sales easier. To make this happen we have partnered with a new company, SaveAround, who has experience working with other Boy Scout Councils, is known for being timely, and has experience nationally securing major chain stores.
Why do customers support the Camp Card Program? –
They are supporting a Scout earning his way to camp. Most people relate Scouting with camping. Second, it has a great price point at $5, which makes it very easy to support. The value of the card is worth much more than the $5. How do I sign up my unit? –
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