planner. Monday , July 10th , 2017 - 02:58:48 AM
By adding the cash raffle ticket, the 1,000 calendars gross a total of $20,000 with the same calendar production expense. That means that an additional $8,000 in revenue has been produced.
I am sure that you are well aware that all calendars end at some point. Our Gregorian calendars end every year at midnight on December 31st and start over again the following day. Our calendars record a 365-day cycle. We have a 10-year cycle we call a decade, a one hundred year cycle that we call a century.
The bottom line is that the cash raffle adds the other 50%, or $4,000, of the additional revenue to the net profit. So the cash calendar nets your group an extra $4,000 for the fundraiser with little additional effort.
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