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2019 POPCORN!!!!

Contact the office to schedule a visit from Captain Corn and his sidekick Corndog for a presentation!!!

Coffee order form-2.0

2018 coffee corporate letter

2019 popcorn leaders guide

2019 Calendar Dates

July 27th – BBQ Kickoff 12 noon – Take order forms are available

Aug 16th – Fill it up order form drawing

Aug 23rd – Fill it up order form drawing

Aug 30th – Fill it up order form drawing

Sep 6th– Fill it up order form drawing

Sep 13th– Show and Sell orders are due

Sep20th – Fill it up order form drawing

Sep 25th– SHOW AND SELL PRODUCT PICKUP

Oct 25thShow and Sell money due

Nov 20th – Final drawing and Popcorn sale ends- Take orders Due

Dec 4thTake order popcorn pickup (please schedule pickup time)

Dec 13thPopcorn money due (also recharters)

Dec 14th– 10-2pm Prize Palooza at Midland Office

Dec 14th– 3-5pm Popcorn recognition party at Mr. Gatti’s in Midland

 

 

 


One of the ways to help Scouting at all levels is to purchase Scout popcorn during the traditional sales months of October and November (but popcorn may be purchased year-round online by clicking HERE). Whether you purchase it for your own enjoyment or a holiday gift for your customers, you’ll be helping youth throughout our community.

Cub Scouts will receive free day Camp or a Cuboree for sales over $1,000 and a second event for sales over $2,000.

Webelos, Boy Scouts, and Venturers will receive free resident camp in Council (nontransferable) for sales over $2,000.

Besides being the best quality popcorn you may ever taste, over 70% of the proceeds from each sale go to support local Scouting at three different levels:


1) The Council

Buffalo Trail Scout Ranch, service centers, training, direct service to Scout units, Scout shops, and more are included at this level.popcorncart

2) The Pack or Troop

This includes such things as project and program materials, camping equipment, transportation costs, rentals, etc. In some cases, 100% of the annual funding necessary to run a Pack or Troop comes through popcorn sales.

3) The Scout

Perhaps one of the most important things a Scout learns through popcorn sales is the value of the dollar. He works hard to earn his commission and when he spends it on things like Scout camp, activities, program materials, or uniforming, he now has a sense of pride and ownership in the program. Scouts also learn goal setting as a result of the incentives program.

For more information about your unit selling popcorn please contact Matt Vercher at 432-638-4014.