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  • ibcnet32123
    Hello Family Reunion Planners! You re family reunion event is just arround the corner. Do you know where your family reunion money is? Time to put deposits on
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 8, 2012
      Hello Family Reunion Planners! You're family reunion event is just arround the corner. Do you know where your family reunion money is?

      Time to put deposits on reception rooms, picnic areas, tourist packages and entertainment? Ideally you would have collected 75 to 90% of registration funds by now. But this may not be the case. If you don't have enough funds to cover the deposit expenses don't panic. Your fellow family reunion planner has the solution.

      It's time to start putting together a fundraiser!

      A well-organized fundraiser can bring in as much as $500 to $5000 in
      just a matter of hours. Take a look at the award winning Family
      Reunion Planner under "Fund Raiser" and you'll find exciting ideas
      for your event or go to http://family-reunion-planner.fimark.net

      What To Sell?
      Many attendees are frugal and will only put money on an item that
      will likely help them save money on the family reunion event. That
      said, sell baskets of coupons, a collection of gift cards and the
      ever-popular Entertainment Book which sells at a discount and
      free shipping this time of year. Have a bake sale, yard sale or art sale. Have an heirloom exchange auction or sponsored games. Ask for family members to donate cars, bikes, tool sets, musical instruments or sell books.

      Books, CD's, DVD's and more Books
      Nothing sells better than books, CD's DVD's and more books. Does your family like to read or be entertained? Who doesn't. Sell best seller books they always wanted to read

      Rallying Support
      Send out flyers, emails, text messages and invitations at least three weeks in advance and a reminder each week until the event. List
      some of the items or categories that will be available. Have those
      who will attend the fundraiser also share in organizing and managing
      some aspect of the event to ensure that they will be present to bid.

      Remember, your fundraiser is to raise reunion funds not to spend reunion funds. That said, make sure that all who attend bring a dish, drinks and supplies to equalize the expense and prevent having to dip into the reunion account.

      A Fantastic Fundraiser - "Fimark's Family Reunion Planner A Reunion Planning Guide Workbook & Keepsake"
      It's an event planner. A book of poetry. A recipe compiler. A journal and family genealogy research tool. Put it all together and you have a very personal family heirloom for generations to come. What could be a more ideal fundraiser and gift? Best of all it's now 55 percent off the original price for a limited time. Go to http://alturl.com/46jik for our Early Bird Fundraiser Special. Order multiple copies and get free shipping at amazon.com. Spread the word!

      For more ideas to get your fundraiser off the ground consult
      "Fimark's Family Reunion Planner A Reunion Planning Guide Workbook & Keepsake" - Don't have one? Go to at http://family-reunion-planner.fimark.net
    • ibcnet32123
      Inside: 1. Raising Reunion Funds 2. What To Sell? 3. Rallying Support Hello Family Reunion Planners! You re family reunion event is just around the corner. Do
      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 12, 2013
        Inside:
        1. Raising Reunion Funds
        2. What To Sell?
        3. Rallying Support

        Hello Family Reunion Planners! You're family reunion event is just around the corner. Do you know where your family reunion money is?

        The time has come to start putting deposits on reception rooms, picnic areas, tourist packages and entertainment. Ideally you would have collected 75 to 90% of registration funds by now. But this may not be the case. If you don't have enough funds to cover the deposit expenses don't panic. Your fellow family reunion planner has the solution.

        Raising Funds
        It's time to start putting together a fundraiser!
        A well-organized fundraiser can bring in as much as $1500 to $5000 in
        just a matter of hours. Take a look at the award winning Family
        Reunion Planner under "Fund Raiser" and you'll find exciting ideas
        for your event or go to http://fundraising.fimark.net/

        What To Sell?
        Many attendees are frugal and will only put money on an item that
        will likely help them save money on the family reunion event. That
        said, sell baskets of coupons, a collection of gift cards and the
        ever-popular Entertainment Book which sells at a 50% discount and
        free shipping this time of year. Go to http://www.fimark.net for more
        information on entertainment books, gifts cards and coupons.

        Books, CD's, DVD's and more Books
        Nothing sells better than books, CD's DVD's and more books. Does your family like to read or be entertained? Who doesn't. Sell best seller books from amazon.com. Find dirt cheap books CD's and DVD's at discount warehouse prices here http://www.fimark.net

        Rallying Support
        Send out flyers, emails, text messages and invitations at least three weeks in advance and a reminder each week until the event. List
        some of the items or categories that will be available. Have those
        who will attend the fundraiser also share in organizing and managing
        some aspect of the event to ensure that they will be present to bid.

        Your fundraiser is to raise reunion funds not to spend reunion
        funds. That said, make sure that all who attend bring a dish, drinks
        and supplies to equalize the expense and prevent having to dip into
        the reunion account.

        For more ideas to get your fundraiser off the ground consult the
        award winning Family Reunion Planner Organizer. Don't have one? Go to at http://family-reunion-planner.fimark.net
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