Kettle corn fundraisers are one of the top alternatives to candy fundraisers as they are just as easy to manage, handle, and sell. The benefits of selling kettle corn is that they are fresh and made after you place your order. They don’t use transfat or cholesterol, and have less sodium overall than most other popcorn varieties.

The reason that most groups go with kettle corn though is because not only do they have a long shelf-life of 6 weeks, but they are also light, which make them easy to transport and carry with you at all times. Fundraising team members can carry these pouches wherever they go, and can sell them to whomever they want, as orders don’t need to be placed.

It’s the perfectly convenient fundraiser for fundraising groups of all age groups. Very few people dislike popcorn, and even fewer people still dislike kettle corn. So why not sell a product practically everyone enjoys?

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Posted on 29 August 2010

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1 Comments For This Post

  1. McKenzie James says:

    I agree, kettle corn fundraisers are a GREAT idea. We recently held a popcorn fundraiser at my daughter’s school through TheBigPopper.com. They support a variety of organizations and their popcorn is absolutely delciious.


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