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One of the most important parts of a successful school fundraiser is promoting it. When working with our fundraisers, we find that chairs struggle with how to get the word out effectively. A cover letter can really be a great kickoff to the fundraiser and can get people excited about supporting the cause. Another important factor to consider is the email. Take the traditional cover letter to the next level with effective emails to send out to parents. Emails are a great way to save paper and are often the easiest way to get in touch with parents at your school.
Mixed Bag Designs has been on quite a world tour this summer. Our reusable bag ambassador Jeremy has been to some of the most beautiful spots in the world, including Rome, Florence, Naples, Monte-Carlo and Cassis. This is Jeremy’s final stop! Remember those who guess correctly are eligible to get a free reusable bag! This time Jeremy dined on calçots amb romesco while watching a casteller perform in Plaça Sant Jaume. Benvinguts a la ciudad condal! Did you get the final question correct?
Where in the world is Mixed Bag Designs today? Our reusable bag ambassador has been on quite a journey so far – from the glitzy casino in Monte-Carlo to the ancient ruins of Rome. And there’s still more to go! Did you guess the last spot correctly? When not enjoying a scrumptious wood-fired “margherita,” he will also explore this UNESCO heritage site and its many ancient ruins, stunning squares and well over 425 churches! Where in the world is Jeremy?
In the fundraising business, there’s always a lot of talk about how to be successful and making the right choices for your organization. The important decisions in fundraising run the gamut, from choosing the right products or event to making a fundraiser plan and proper timeline. Something that you may not give much thought to but is equally crucial to a fundraiser’s success is choosing the right fundraising partner based on their account representatives.
Did you guess where Jeremy last was spotted with his Mixed Bag Designs? He had gone to the beach. He’s taking Strada Statale 163 to quaint fishing villages with fragrant terraced gardens dotted with lemon trees, ancient churches and simply spectacular views. This tourism hotspot promises delicious seafood, great weather and beautiful piazzas. Where in the world is Jeremy and his reusable bags? See below!
Mixed Bag Designs’ reusable bag ambassador Jeremy continues on his whirlwind trip. So far he has seen the south of France, Montecarlo, Florence and the Vatican. Where was he last spotted? See the clue! This time Jeremy takes his Mixed Bag Designs into a living museum of ancient ruins, artistic splendor, speedy Vespas and sweet gelato! He joins well-heeled locals in Spagna before heading down the Spanish Steps. We hope he added to the 3,000 euros thrown into the water each day at the feet of Oceanus in this city’s most famous fountain that guarantees he’ll return again someday!
We have worked with many school fundraisers on litter-less lunch campaigns as part of our ongoing effort to help schools and organizations across the country make healthy choices and promote sustainable habits. Here is a look at how we pack our lunch the Mixed Bag Designs way using our reusable lunch bags and snack packs. If you’re looking for a great school fundraiser idea this Fall – this is a simple way to go green for Back to School!
Did you guess the last clue correctly on Jeremy’s world tour with Mixed Bag Designs? Maybe you’ll have better luck with this one! We hope Jeremy exchanged some euros during his time in Florence because he may be travel with ATMs in this next spot! The ATMs here use Latin to process transactions! Where is Jeremy? Find out below!
Jeremy is on the move as the unofficial Mixed Bag Designs international bag ambassador! His latest spot? Can you figure it out? You may not be able to see Pluto, but you will definitely see Neptune! And you don’t have to worry about Medusa and her head of snakes, Perseus took care of that many years ago. They all come together in this eye-catching place alongside lions, gods and heaping plates of prosciutto!