Top 5 Popcorn Guy Blog Posts of 2013

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As we end 2013, it is time to look back at what everyone thought was most valuable.  It is no surprise the Top 4 items included tools which many Councils have not provided in the past.  Below is the Top 5 Popcorn Blogs of 2013:

 
 
 

5. Best Way to Let People Know You Are Selling Popcorn

With most fundraisers it is important to let your donors (customers) know why money is being raised. Continue Reading…

4. Scouts Should “Be Prepared” To Sell Popcorn

In many sales circles, it is recommended a salesperson has an “elevator pitch” ready at all times.  An elevator pitch or speech is a short summary used to quickly and simply define a person, product, service, or organization and its value to the customer.  The theory is this “pitch” should be no longer than it takes to ride and elevator.  Typically this is between 30 and 45 seconds. Continue Reading…

3. Need Help Organizing Your Popcorn Sale? Ask a Scout!

Many adults get leery about volunteering to help with the Unit Popcorn Sale.  The main reason is the amount of time and effort that goes into a sale, especially if there is just one adult in charge.  In a previous blog, I spoke about recruiting different adult volunteers to handle items such as the Unit Kickoff, Distribution, Site Sale Location, and Prizes.  However, one of your biggest helpers is the Scouts themselves. Continue Reading…

2. Door Hangers to Help While Going Door-to-Door

As my son and I were delivering popcorn this week, I realized that I had not shared with everyone a key piece of information, how to let customers know we were coming or coming back. Continue Reading…

1. 10 Reasons (Other than Money) Why Your Scout Should Sell Popcorn

We all know that Popcorn Sales help provide funds for Scouts to help them with their program, but there are many life skills a Scout learns by participating in the Popcorn Sale. Here are the Top 10. Continue Reading…

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I started this blog in order to share the vast knowledge I have acquired as a volunteer, professional in the Boy Scouts, and working for Trail’s End Popcorn.

I would like to thank everyone that subscribed to the Popcorn Guy Blog this past year.  In addition, I thank those that follow the Popcorn Guy on Twitter at @popcorn_guy and on Google+.

Please feel free to send me comments and suggestions on how to make The Popcorn Guy Blog better in 2014.

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