Kathryn Beich, Inc. offers fundraising programs with candy, chocolate, confections, gift items, gift wrap, cookie dough and stocking stuffers. These school fundraisers are primarily seasonal programs with high-quality items offered through catalogs with order forms attached. Here’s where to order Kathryn Beich Fundraising Candy.
Chocolate Candy Fundraising Program
Kathryn Beich, Inc. used to be a division of Nestle, but is now an independent company headquartered in Bloomington, Illinois. The company has field sales representatives and has been a fundraising supplier since 1950. Update: Sold to new owners. Here’s where to order Kathryn Beich Fundraising Candy.
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Prepay with customer order placement. All programs include fundraising catalogs, brochures, and customer order forms. Prize programs are available.
You can order Kathryn Beich candy online from several suppliers
The candy bars retail for $1 each. Your cost ranges from $0.50 to $0.60 per bar, depending on the quantity ordered. The Kathryn Beich $1 Chocolate Mart Packs contain 160 bars per case (4 x 40-count carry boxes) Includes: Milk Chocolate Caramel!(20), Milk Chocolate Almonds!(6), Dark Chocolate!(2), Milk Chocolate Krunch!(12). Expected sales volume is usually one carry case (40 candy bars) per fundraiser participant.
12 Fundraising Tips – Here are twelve fundraising tips to help your group raise more funds when selling fundraising products, including a sample sales script to follow.
Best Locations For Fundraising – “I rob banks because that’s where the money is.” – Willie Sutton, Master “Fundraiser” Obviously, Mr. Sutton was raising funds for different reasons than your group. But he was right about one thing – if you want to get your hands on a lot of money, you’ve got to go directly to the source. And when selling fundraising products, the best place to be is right outside big retail stores where people are spending money.