Order #2 pick-up is Saturday, September 28, 2019 at the locations listed below by district, between 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM. We need each unit to pick-up their order at this time, so please make arrangements for you or someone from your unit to pick up at your designated location between 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Please do not arrive before 8:30 AM so that staff can prepare the product so pick-up goes smoothly. If you are unsure which district you are in, please contact your district professional or kernel or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lansdale Warehouse – 1330 North Broad Street, Lansdale, PA:
– Baden-Powell District
– Continental District
– General Nash District
– Washington District
Cradle of Liberty Council/Firestone Resource Center – 1485 Valley Forge Road, Wayne, PA:
– Constellation District
– Lafayette District
– After-School Units
Keystone First – Airport Business Center, 200 Stevens Drive, Philadelphia, PA:
*We encourage units at this location to use Google maps as it is the most reliable navigation system at getting you to the right location.
– Conestoga District
– Minquas District
– Northern District
– Roosevelt District
– Triune District
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From the Scouting Magazine Blog:
Planning and conducting a strong program is the best way to keep your Scouts active and interested in Scouting. Funding that program is equally important—otherwise great plans can’t become a reality. The annual popcorn fundraiser is a proven approach to ensure that your unit can meet its program and financial goals while teaching your Scouts the importance of earning their own way. Units have used the monies they raise to cover the cost of badges and advancement, outings, trips, and summer camp fees.
The popcorn fundraiser is administered by the Cradle of Liberty Council to help make your unit successful. Here are some benefits:
Reach Your Goal Sooner with the Trail’s End App for Scouts! Learn How to Sell with the App
The Popcorn Fundraiser helps your Scouts’s Cub Scout Pack, Scouts BSA Troop or Venturing Crew earn the funds they need for a great program! Scouts who participate also learn important life skills like goal-setting, public speaking, teamwork and much more. The five best ways to sell, safety tips, selling script below will give you everything you need to sell like a pro.
Five Best Ways to Sell
This is the most traditional way to sell; going door-to-door with the take order form, which you receive from your leader or council. Your customer chooses the product(s) he or she wishes to buy and writes the order on your form. You will collect the money when you deliver the product to your customers a few weeks later.
Advantages: Provides a personal connection with your customers. Higher dollars per customer than storefront sales.
Show and Deliver
This method is similar to Take Order, except you carry Trail’s End products with you to show to your customers as you visit them. The customer is able to select the products he or she wishes to buy from your product selection. You then hand over the product and collect the money right then and there.
Advantage: No return trip required for product delivery and money collection.
This is the best way to sell to your friends and family who live out of town. You can send emails to your customers asking them to purchase Trail’s End products online. Your customers click on the link in your email and can begin shopping right away. They order products online and pay with a credit card, and Trail’s End ships the products directly to your customers.
Advantages: No product delivery or money collection. Ability to sell popcorn year-round and reach your friends and family who live far away.
Selling at Work
Your mom and/or dad take an order form to their work place. Their co-workers write their order on the order form. Your mom and/or dad deliver product and collect the money a few weeks later.
Advantages: Expands your customer base, and offices often need snacks and gifts.
Show and Sell
Your den, pack, or troop gets permission to sell in front of a retail store or in the local mall. You set up a display with products for people to purchase as they walk by. Have plenty of products on display for people to buy.
Advantages: Gives you access to a large number of potential customers and promotes the Boy Scouts of America in the community.
District Contacts: Which district am I in?
Council Product Sales Chair: Matthew McGovern
Volunteer IT Advisor: Chad Kealey
Staff Advisor: Ryan Martin
General Email: email@example.com
On October 12 or 13, 2019, many of our units will have a great opportunity to sell at a selection of Wawa stores in our area. Wawa has graciously allowed Scouts this opportunity for many years at their available and approved locations, with site coordination through the local council.
Please submit any requests for changes or additional locations to firstname.lastname@example.org (requests will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis).
Please review the additional safety rules and guidelines provided by Wawa, that must be followed when selling popcorn:
When members of your unit arrive at your Wawa location, please set up as outlined above, and introduce yourself to the manager on duty to let him know that you are there. If any issues arise, please email email@example.com
Through a partnership with SEPTA, our Scouts are able to sell at a select number of SEPTA stations in our area, listed below, through October 25, 2019. If your unit would like to sell popcorn at one of these locations, please email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org with the date(s) and station(s) you are requesting. If approved (the date/location is not already spoken for) you will receive a copy of the SEPTA permit that must be displayed while Scouts are selling.
Weekdays are available from 3 to 7 PM; Saturdays and Sundays are available from 11 AM to 4PM.
Scouts should be in uniform, under adult supervision at all times, and must obey all requests from SEPTA and other location personnel.
Available SEPTA Stations:
– 69th Street
– Broad Street & Olney Avenue
– Elwyn Media
– Fort Washington
– Frankford Transportation
– Hatboro Stations
– Market & Broad Streets
– Market East
– Moylan-Rose Valley
– Willow Grove
This weekly newsletter, which will be distributed regularly throughout the popcorn fundraiser, is intended to be a resource for unit kernels (coordinators) to help your unit fundraiser be as successful as possible. Have comments or items to contribute? Please email email@example.com
Make sure to select the **Popcorn Fundraiser email list in order to get the newsletter.
Scouts must register for a Trail’s End account in order to qualify for rewards and bonus incentives!
Online sales count toward rewards and bonus incentives!
2019 Bonus Incentives:
Commissions based on gross sales (not including online sales):
Your unit will earn an additional 2% commission if no product is returned!
Please keep in mind that commissions for online sales differ and are not included in the percentages above.
Cradle of Liberty Council Facebook Group:
To facilitate communication, as well as to provide a resource for units to post when they need additional Show and Sell product or have product to unload, we’ve created a Facebook group. It’s a closed group, so you’ll need to request to join.
You’ll have access to the group once the page administrator approves your join request.
Questions or having difficulty? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Trail’s End Popcorn Community: closed group. Search for the bolded text in Facebook.
For nutritional and allergen information about Trail’s End popcorn, please visit:
At that site you will find detailed information about gluten, dairy, nuts, trans fats, etc. as it relates to the Trail’s End popcorn products.