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Pampered Chef: Fundraiser Batter Bowl Fundraisers...Help

  1. :) Could someone please help me out on these batter bowl recipes? I've heard of some folks doing this for a fundraiser. So how does it work?

    Do we as consultants order all these bowls as we receive the orders and then fill them up?

    Also, what are you folks charging for a batter bowl with the goodies? I'm thinking about doing this for my daughter's daycare center at our church. Any help would be appreciated.


    Nov 2, 2005
  2. Momma23boys

    Momma23boys Member Silver Member

    Oh good, I didn't have to start a new thread! I read in here that most people charge $20 for the finished bowl and to ask local businesses to donate to help the org. with actual profit.. Great idea btw!
    I have a question to add... is it more beneficial to order through HO for the Lg. quanity orders? Has anyone done this yet? I keep waiting for response from sol. center to questions and would rather get answers (quickly) from those who have actually done it....
    What commision do you make on larger orders (over 50) ... if it is at 47 small batter bowls.. do you submit it as a show??? So confused! I want to save the library (who i am doing this for) as much money as possible so they can receive a higher net profit. I would order it under personal to get the discount.. but then I wouldn't get a commission!!
    Any help???
    Thank you!
    Nov 5, 2006
  3. cmdtrgd

    cmdtrgd Legacy Member Gold Member

    Just make sure that it is the organization that is putting the stuff in the bowls and charging more than the stated price. It is against the rules to charge more than the catalog price for anything we sell.
    Nov 5, 2006
  4. Momma23boys

    Momma23boys Member Silver Member

    Thanks, i just saw your posting on the other thread similar to this...But can you get the bowls for less than $11 (through discount or however) and charge $11 for it? I am assuming we can't sell it for MORE than the retail price..
    Nov 5, 2006
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