Clever, New Fundraising Idea!

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Here at Anderson’s, we know that you are always looking for great new ways to raise funds for your school. That’s why we’ve come up with a clever, new way to use one of our popular products that kids love, to do just that!

Our Custom Bead Medallions are already a hit with fans. These medallions are truly unique – you can choose from several different background colors or graphic options, bead colors, and of course your custom text and/or mascot logo.

Now Anderson’s offers the option to individually number each medallion, enabling you to use them as raffle tickets! This new numbering option is a bargain at only $25 no matter how many medallions you order! You can even choose the start of your numbering sequence – which allows you to order more medallions later when your raffle sales skyrocket!

Medallions can be sold in school, or for even greater sales – door door in the community as well!

Promote community involvement at your Home Games! You could run your raffle so that participants buy their medallion at the beginning of the season, then new prizes are raffled off at each home game. What a great way to keep fans coming back! You might sell your medallions, for example, for $20 each, and be able to purchase some pretty great prizes for your raffles. Winners could be announced at the game, as well as posted to the school’s website for anyone not present that may have won.

For great prize ideas that you know your fans are going to love, you might choose custom stadium blanketsseat cushions, or water bottles – imprinted with your team name and mascot of course. Anderson’s carries a full line of spirit items that will get fans fired up for your fundraiser!

We’ve heard from schools that are using this new fundraising idea with really great success – how do you think it would work best at YOUR school? We’d love to hear your thoughts!

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  1. Hi. I just thought I’d tell you that in Australia we call them celiing roses (in case you didn’t know). I had never heard the term medallion before but I can see why it is used. I have a home built in 1990 and we have a celiing rose in our bedroom. It’s perfect if you don’t have to have a celiing fan and can showcase a nice light fitting. I lived in an older house in the tropical north west, built in the early 60s and the rooms had celiing roses (art deco style) but had ugly but necessary celiing fans suspended from them!

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