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4 Ways to Spend Your Wreath Fundraising Money

Now that you’ve earned money from selling wreaths, there are plenty of ways to spend it. You can either enjoy it now or save it for later. Either way, you deserve it, because you’ve worked hard for it.

Wreath fundraising is more fun if you have a goal in mind. Ask yourself why you wanted to sell wreaths in the first place. Do you want to buy yourself a little something special? Or maybe a lovely gift for your parents this Christmas?

Here are four ideas on how to spend your wreath fundraising money:

1. Christmas shopping

3 Unique Ways to Decorate with Wreaths

Wreaths are a must-have decoration for Christmas. They instantly give the house a festive vibe and bring back happy memories of holidays past with their beautiful decorations and smells.

Wreaths are traditionally hung on the front door, but why stop there? They also provide a festive spirit and pleasant smell inside the house. You can put one in your living room, in your bedroom and practically everywhere else!

Here are some ideas on how to level up your indoor Christmas decoration game:

1. Stairway banister

A Short History of Wreaths of Maine

Wreaths are one of the most popular decorations during the Christmas season. They are affordable and beautiful holiday traditions that are hung as a sign of welcoming, generosity, giving, and the gathering of family and friends.

Wreaths of Maine knows how symbolic wreaths are for families who believe in the spirit of Christmas. For more than 30 years, Wreaths of Maine has been lovingly making hand-crafted wreaths that are beautiful, high quality and guaranteed to last longer than most store-sold wreaths.

Developing a Sales Pitch to Sell Wreaths

If you’re looking for foolproof ways to sell wreaths, a convincing sales pitch can help. Even if you believe your products are the best in the block, proactive selling will ensure a steady flow of customers.

Here are five quick tips to get the attention of your customers and increase your wreath sales in no time:

Tip # 1 – Organize your thoughts

5 Ways to Teach Your Children by Selling Wreaths

Did you know that allowing your children to dip their toes into entrepreneurship at an early stage can have an enormous impact on their future?

Selling wreaths for Wreaths of Maine has plenty of rewards besides the extra cash. It also teaches valuable skills such as planning, record keeping and socializing, which are all essential to building successful careers when people enter the workforce.

Using Social Media to Increase Wreath Sales

American adults spend an average of 42.1 minutes per day on Facebook, 21.2 minutes on Instagram and 20.8 minutes on Pinterest. Given those numbers, it’s no surprise that small businesses are using these social networking sites to advertise their products and services.

If you are selling wreaths, social media is a great platform for promotion. And it’s easier to do than you might think.

The best thing about social media is that it’s free! So create your accounts today and follow these tips to market your products and start selling wreaths.

Creating a Budget for Wreath Sales

Selling wreaths to earn commissions as a side job is both enjoyable and profitable. If you are a home-schooled student looking for a highly flexible opportunity to make money with a low-budget to zero investment, or if you are a parent of children who want to sell wreaths, here are some practical tips to help get you started:

Social Skills: Building Up By Selling Wreaths

Wreaths of Maine accepts online orders through our website; it’s the first menu item visitors see when they come to the site. And yet 95% of our sales come not from our own efforts, but rather our affiliate and fundraiser programs. Because of the simplicity of our mail-order model, it is very easy for sellers to focus on making the sale rather than the logistics of shipping or fulfillment. Through selling our products, groups have been able to successfully fund church interests as well as organized activities in private schools.

Non-aggressive selling

For many of our affiliate wreath-sellers, you are probably getting your first exposure to commission selling through our program. Did you ever think you would make it as a seller? The first couple are probably easy. Depending on how many people you know, you may get ten or twenty “yeses” before you get your first “no”.

But as soon as you get it – that “NO” – you feel it. You may even want to give up rather than deal with the possibility that you might get told “NO” again.

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