Competitive Cheerleading Fundraising ideas from Georgia

Competitive Cheerleading Fundraising ideas from Georgia

Will you try these competitive Cheerleading fundraiser ideas from Georgia?

Perhaps you might want to try this competitive cheerleader fundraising idea from Georgia. After all everyone likes to go out and eat, right?

So, here is a story on this cheer fundraiser.

The Cedartown Competition Cheer squad wanted to celebrate the Lady Bulldogs success this year. So they held a competitive cheer fundraising event at the Huddle House at 115 East Ave, Cedartown to celebrate the the runner up cheer squad from 5 to 9 p.m. on Dec. 4.

Twenty percent of all the bills that night will go to the cheer team. This will help them pay for their end-of-year banquet and awards program.

How did this cheer fundraiser come together?

Would you believe the owner at Huddle House approached them with the idea?

Apparently, the cheer team must have gone to the restaurant in the past and developed a good relationship with the staff.

The lesson?

Get to know local business owners in your neighborhood. You might be surprised at their willingness to help you.

That raises a question then…

Why would local businesses want to support your competitive cheerleading fundraiser?

Notice the reasoning behind this Georgia Huddle House owners thinking.

Her hopes are that in an effort to attract more customers, her squad and Cedartown High School Bulldog mascot Mac will drum up business from local fans outside the restaurant during the December event.”

It comes down to this.

If you can find a way to bring new customers to a local business, they will be happy to help you with your cheer fundraiser or a cheer sponsorship.

This is a perfect example of a win-win fundraising idea with a local business.

PLUS there were no upfront costs to the cheer squadron.

Something better than 20% profit?

This restaurant fundraiser netted the girls a 20% profit that came in handy for their cheer squad. However, is there a way that we could have made more than 20 percent?

Catalog fundraising!

Did you know that our catalog fundraisers pay MORE than 20% profit? In fact, our gourmet cookie dough fundraisers can pay your competitive cheer squad up to 52% profit on each sale.

The best part is that it requires no upfront costs. (Just like the restaurant fundraiser.)

We invite you to call a brochure fundraising expert for a confidential “no strings attached” phone consultation. Learn how our cookie dough, wrapping paper or gourmet popcorn brochures can make your next competitive cheer fundraising event a success.

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