Volume Eighteen Breaking news... Fundraising Phenom
A family tradition in chocolate since 1921
Wolfgang launches its all-new ONLINE PRIZE Virginian Chris Marshall shares his secret.
www.wolfgangcandy.com Program for fund raisers See below. See page 2.
50 East 4th Avenue, P.O. Box 226
York, Pennsylvania 17405
1.800.248.4273 firstname.lastname@example.org All across America, people are raising funds
See page 12.
What’s Inside ?
Prizes Now Online .......1
Fundraising Phenom ...2
Traditional Prizes ........4
Remember “Thanks” ..4
New Spring Brochure ..4
Behind the Scenes .....6
Sale Schedule ............9
Online Prize Sheet .... 10
Traditional Prizes ..11
Online Fundraising ... 12
School Box Special ... 13
Wolfgang’s Anytime ONLINE PRIZE Program
We here at Wolfgang thought it was high time to give hardworking fundraisers a very special thank you. That’s why we designed
fantastic ONLINE PRIZE program –where fundraisers can earn points toward cool prizes like gift cards and electronics anytime
just for buying delicious Wolfgang Candy to raise money. (Wolfgang’s Traditional Family Fun Prize Program
is still available as an added incentive program for your school or organization.)
You can earn money and prizes for your pocket.Your kids will
love to log into Wolfgang Candy’s Online Fundraising
Program and start earning redeemable prize points in
It’s safe. It’s fun.
And, yes, it’s
on page 10.
This coastal Virginia school exceeded their fundraising goal.
If you are having one of those days belly up three times. The third time
when you feel like nothing is working, it was so close that the local Sherriff
talk to Mr. Chris Marshall. He is one actually served foreclosure papers on Chris also helps to promote
of those energy-infusing people who their facility in Cape Charles, VA. fund raising with Wolfgang and
make you think, “Hey, I can do it.” In introduced Wolfgang Candy to a coastal
1997, Chris and his mom Deborah, had Faced with failure, and literally packing Virginia school, Kiptopeke Elementary
a sweet dream of selling Delisheries, a up supplies, Chris and his mom tried School in the harbor town of Cape
non-refrigerated cookie dough made one last effort to sell some cookies. Charles, North Hampton County, that
from his mother, Deborah’s, special They washed out a white plastic needed to raise money for its Fourth
recipe. An Archeologist by profession, container used for margarine, created a and Fifth Graders to take a field trip to
Chris quit his job and risked everything quick Delisheries label, threw together places many of the children had never
to start a cookie business, including the fastest (and ugliest by his account) seen.
his mother’s retirement funds as well sell sheets ever made, and mailed them
to every fundraising company he could Sharing the budget constraints of most
as significant investments from his
find. schools, Kiptopeke Elementary PTO
grandmother and in-laws.
needed to raise $2,000 so the Fourth
Ready-to-bake Delisheries products The phones were scheduled to be shut and Fifth Grade students could visit
are made with all-natural ingredients, off. Suddenly they started ringing…. Natural Chimneys and Grand Caverns
Kosher Certified by the Orthodox and ringing with orders. The change of located in the beautiful Shenandoah
Union, and produced in a peanut-free packaging and enticing the right niche Valley, Virginia.
facility. They continue to be the only market made all the difference. In 2003, Continued on page 3.
peanut-free, non-refrigerated cookie Clabber Girl Corporation purchased
mix in the fundraising industry. The Delisheries, Ltd, and Chris’ mom
cookies were delicious, the packaging could then enjoy retirement. Chris still
attractive, but sales were nothing but serves as a broker and consultant for
stale to the specialty gift and food stores. Clabber Girl.
So stale, that the business almost went
Sign up for your proﬁtable
Spring 2009 Fund Raiser with
Wolfgang Candy. You can Pictured above: The Natural
download our new brochure Chimneys of the Shenandoah
at wolfgangcandy.com under Valley, Virginia
Fundraising Programs. You will
love how simple raising money
toward your goal can be. Call toll
free 1.800.248.4273 today!
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1. Sell a high quality fundraising
2. He sent a parent letter home Fundraising Phenom continued
with each student introducing
Wolfgang Candy. So, Chris Marshall introduced Wolfgang to spend some time at The Frontier
3. This letter introduced the plans Candy as a fundraiser. Chris, however, Culture Museum of Virginia during
for the ﬁeld trip so that students used a very specific fundraising formula their Virginian tour, all because of their
and parents could share the
for success at Kiptopeke Elementary. amazing effort that raised the funding
4. The parent letter also listed the (See the formula at left.) for their own trip.Way to go, Kiptopeke
goal amount that each child kids!!
would need to raise in order It was a recipe for success. Kiptopeke
for the ﬁeld trip to become a students were incredibly motivated. In a sense, Chris Marshall is still
Parents loved delicious Wolfgang practicing Archeology. He certainly
5. Use the magic number of a two-
week sale. Chocolates. Blending those elements knows how to unearth delicious sweets
6. Because the purpose for raising into Chris’ fundraising formula resulted and really understands a human being’s
the funds—the ﬁeld trip—was in the school raising $600 more than passion for a good treat, including his
already exciting, prize incentives their goal and a memory of a lifetime favorite Wolfgang Chocolate, Dark
weren’t used. Chris recommends
using sales incentives with fun from a trip to the Shenandoah Valley, Chocolate Dipped Blueberries. Thanks
prizes when a clear use of the once the site of a magnificent inland sea for your great story, Chris, and bringing
funds cannot be deﬁned or is from which the seven Natural Chimneys Wolfgang Candy to Virginia schools.
not captivating to the student
fundraisers. were carved.
7. Send a letter home thanking the
students and parents for helping The limestone towers rise an awe- You can ﬁnd Delisheries in Wolfgang Candy
the school meet its fundraising inspiring 120 feet above the Shenandoah Fundraising Brochures. See page 25 of the
goal and telling them about the Valley, a site very few of the children Wolfgang Fall/Christmas 2008 Program.
had ever seen and one they will never
forget. The students also were lucky
Wolfgang’s Traditional Prize Program Still Rocks!
Kids across America love Wolfgang’s Traditional Family Fun Prize Program. When schools or groups participate, students
can earn cool prizes based on their sales levels and are automatically entered to win Wolfgang’s Grand Prize, becoming a
Chocolatier for a day in Wolfgang’s York Historic Chocolate Factory, complete with a paid weekend at a nearby local for their
immediate family and so many more surprises.Top fund raisers from all participating organizations who sell 100 or more items
will automatically be entered to win Wolfgang Candy’s Grand Prize Weekend!
The Prize: The winner and his or her immediate family will spend a half day at Wolfgang Candy in York, PA, learning to make
chocolate candy with an expert candy maker in the actual Wolfgang Chocolate Factory. The prize for the entire winning family
includes two nights at a local hotel, two breakfasts, one dinner, a delicious Wolfgang gift basket and “Got Chocolate” tee shirts.
Transportation to and from Wolfgang Candy not included. See the Family Fun Prize Sheet on page11.
Remember To Say “Thanks”
When that hectic two or three week from the student also adds a nice
stretch known as “the fall fundraiser” personal touch.
is over, many parent groups are
Send Home Fundraising
understandably ready to move forward
with other plans for the school year. But “Report Cards” “We Couldn’t Have Done It Without
it’s important not to overlook the last On the last day of school or the last day You!” Be sure the ad mentions how the
item on the fundraiser to-do list: saying before winter break, send a letter home fundraising dollars will be spent, plus
thanks to all of your supporters. Once with students listing the enrichment the names of volunteers. And don’t
a fundraising campaign is complete, programs, school activities and forget the school marquis. It’s a perfect
it’s important to thank everyone classroom purchases funded by your spot to say thank you to the masses (and
involved – especially the parents. Use parent group. Be sure the letter includes it’s free!).
the opportunity to show-off and show a personal thank you from the president
and the principal and include all of your
Send Constant Reminders
appreciation to the families whose Consider investing in some customized
support the school will need again recent fundraising activities along with
t-shirts, coffee mugs, pens, bumper
during the next fundraiser. Here are the name of the volunteer responsible
stickers, etc., and mail them to your
some suggestions: for coordinating each project.
top supporters, along with a thank you
Send Personal Thank You Take Out an Ad letter. This will help continually remind
Purchase some space in your them of your group and your gratitude.
Notes community newspaper to run a thank Your fundraising professional may have
Encourage volunteers to thank family
you ad. Suggested headlines: “Thank some suggestions for low-cost items
members and friends that purchased
You Westwood Elementary Parents” or that say “thanks.”
items. A hand-written thank you note
Credit: AFRDS Fundraising (http://www.
Download Wolfgang Candy’s Fundraising Program
Brochures at wolfgangcandy.com and call toll free
800.248.4273 to speak with a fundraising specialist
who will guide you through the simple steps of
Fundraising with Wolfgang Candy.
My Remembrances - Getting Ready for Market - By Bill Schmid
capabilities for the hot summer months. was used so the carts could be pushed
The York markets were serviced by the to and from the loading platform and
company truck. The other mentioned the truck.
markets were serviced by the vehicles The markets were an important part
of the persons “tending” those stands of life for the purchase of fresh and/
using their own vehicles. or home grown fruits and vegetables,
The products for each market were as- locally butchered meats, home crafted
sembled the day before and stored on clothing, household goods, homemade
wheeled trucks in the cooling room. baked goods, and of course Wolfgang’s
On Saturday mornings, and Tuesdays, candy products.
The most lucrative retail business for Thursdays, and Fridays, the company Saturday market was always the biggest
Wolfgang’s Candy in the 1940’s through truck would be loaded for the specif- because all of the markets were open.
the 1960’s was via the farmers markets ic markets. There were two Wolfgang And, more people were available as
in the South Central Pennsylvania area. stands in the Central Market, one at customers on Saturdays. Many of the
Getting the candy products to and from the Philadelphia Street entrance and persons working during the week for
those markets was quite an undertak- one at the Beaver Street entrance. The the company were also employed as
ing. Saturday morning loading and deliver- “clerks” for the markets. This gave the
Since the markets opened early in the ing was an exciting endeavor. Since the employees additional income. And for
morning the persons tending the mar- company had but one truck, a sedan some it was the only employment they
kets had to rise very early. The markets delivery style, not all of the markets had in the Summer months when the
attended in those years were the City could be loaded at one time. Therefore candy company’s production was ac-
Market, Central Market, and Farmers returning to the factory for additional complished by fewer people.
Market in York city. There were times deliveries had to be done.
It was mentioned above that since there
when markets were attended by mem- Early on it was some undertaking get- were no refrigerated cases ice had to be
bers of the Wolfgang family in Hanover, ting the candy from the truck to the made available for the positions on the
Columbia, Red Lion, and Harrisburg, stands. market stands where chocolate prod-
PA. All of the candy filled “stock” boxes ucts were displayed. This was another
The markets of the city of York had had to be carried in from the truck to job for the truck driver. A trip to the
market days Tuesday through Saturday. the stand by hand. However, the Cen- York Ice Company was required so
Each of the three markets were open tral and City Markets did have large
on specific days of the week. City Mar- trucks available for use by any and all
ket was open on Wednesday and Sat- vendors. Most often all of them were in
urday, Farmers Market on Friday and use when the Wolfgang driver wanted
Saturday, and Central Market Tuesday, to use one. Later on, the company used
Thursday, and Saturday. They were all laundry carts for both loading the truck
open the day before specific holidays, and delivering the candy to the stands.
i.e., Christmas, Easter, Memorial Day Obviously this made this job much eas-
(when it was celebrated on the 30th of ier. The driver had to learn how to best
May) and July 4th. use his leverage for loading and unload-
Most of the markets stands utilized by ing the carts at the Market Houses.
the company did not have any cooling That was true when he had no one to
help with the loading and unloading. At
the factory, a special aluminum ramp
Meet the Fundraising Team BEHIND THE SCENES
CSR Supervisor Sandy Stauffer has served Wolfgang Candy fundraising customers
for 23 years, so she knows a lot about chocolate, volumes about fund raising and
even more about how to keep customers happy. While the process of ordering has
become more efficient and streamlined over the years, customers compliment
Sandy’s team for their personal touches, how quickly they respond to email and
calls. Sandy says that they make sure that Wolfgang Candy customers know that
there is a caring human being working behind the scenes. At home, Sandy has a
green thumb and a knack for nurturing plants at home, that is when she and her
husband Michael are not too busy with their Yorkies, Murphy and Lucy, their Lab,
Indi, and three grandchildren, Kenedie, Karter and Evie.
Sandy Stauffer, CSR Supervisor
Ron Seufert began working at Wolfgang Rockingham, Stafford, Spotsylvania and
Candy in September 1995, calling King George Counties Virginia. This year,
exclusively on customers in Central Ron would like to introduce Wolfgang
Maryland. After six years with Wolfgang, Fundraising to new Virginia schools and
Ron left for another opportunity, but to nonprofits.
Wolfgang’s delight, returned May 2005.
His customers can be found in New Ron loves to golf, play cards with his card
Castle County, Delaware the Eastern club and work on home projects. He and
Shore of Maryland and the far western his wife Diana have recently celebrated
portion of Maryland as well Berkeley, their 40th Wedding Anniversary. They
Morgan, Pendleton and Jefferson have two married sons, Chuck and
Counties West Virginia and Loudoun, Robert, and four beautiful grandchildren,
Clarke, Frederick,Warren, Shenandoah, Benjamin, Alexander, Amelia and Cara.
Customer Service Representative
Pat Forry has been working in sales for Wolfgang Candy since 1996
serving fundraising customers throughout twenty counties of
Central Pennsylvania area. Over the years, Pat has become good
friends with many of the chairpeople with whom she has shared
Wolfgang Candy. Pat especially loves helping schools create exciting
programs that help to insure successful fundraisers with Wolfgang.
Pat and her husband Randy have been married for 31 years and
Pat Forry have a son, Shawn, and daughter and son-in-law, Melissa and Lee.
Inside Sales/Customer Service When away from Wolfgang, Pat may really be “away” for her favorite
email@example.com pastime is traveling.
Steve Schmid, grandson of D.E.Wolfgang Candy Company Co-founder Ruby Schmid,
is a results-oriented, bottom line-driven professional with extensive experience in
generating and qualifying leads, negotiating with high-level decision makers and
producing revenue. In October 2002, Steve joined Wolfgang Candy Company as a
fundraising sales representative. Steve holds a bachelor’s in business administration
with a major in marketing from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.
Steve and his wife Jamie have homes in both Canton, MD, (he’s a Ravens fan) and
Philadelphia, PA, with their Chihuahua, Roadie, and Black Lab, Porter. When Steve
is not traveling for work or commuting between the his two urban homes, you
might find him playing softball or kicking around with on the Adult Kickball League
Managing Partner, Sales
Donna Trach, Fundraising Sales Representative, started working
with Wolfgang Candy in February 2006 with a widespread
territory that includes the Lancaster to Philadelphia area up
through the Poconos including Reading, Schuylkill and Lebanon
Counties. “Biking is my passion along with enjoying kayaking,
painting, tennis and hanging out with family and friends. I
just started to take up golf (the most challenging of all sports)
I have two wonderful boys Joshua, 15, just entering high school
and, Daniel, a senior at Penn State University. I enjoy helping
schools and organizations raise funds to support their efforts
to reach their financial goals. Each of the chairpersons deserve
a lot of credit for their dedication in helping their schools and
Donna Trach organizations run successful fundraisers.”
Fundraising Sales Representative
Asking Harry Brown, Customer Service and Inside Sales, about his role
(ROLL) at Wolfgang Candy, he did not miss a beat and responded, “Well
pretty far----sometimes 15 or 20 feet, it all depends on the grade of the land,
I am a pretty husky guy. Harry is a recognizable voice and face at Wolfgang
Candy, often answering calls and charming customers with his witty one-
liners blended with his knowledge of Wolfgang Candy, having worked for the
company since the Easter season of 1990, joining full time in 2005. Harry just
became a grandfather to Aidan Charles, this past August. Harry’s daughter,
Kristy, lives nearby, so he can enjoy his newest role as often as he likes. Stacey,
Kristy’s twin, and son Derek also live close by. Harry and wife Jolie also have
two Yorkies, Tink & Max, and a cat named Lulu.
Harry says “What do I love best about Wolfgang Candy? Talking with the
customers, working with the Wolfgang family who are very sincere about Harry Brown
their product, giving tours and eating candy, why else would I work here? Inside Sales/Customer Service
My Remembrances continued
chopped ice could be purchased to be the person’s parked car. Many people who worked at the City and Farmers
placed on the stands, in special pans, to had their “favorite” boys who waited at a Markets for their lunch breaks.
keep the candy cool enough to eliminate particular spot outside the market house The Wolfgang Candy Co. Inc. attends
the possibility of the chocolate melting. waiting to be of service. Some shoppers only 2 markets today: The New East-
Sometimes it became too hot in the af- were known to go the extra mile for ern Market in East York and The Farm-
ternoon so the chocolate candy had to their “boys” by not only paying them for ers Market on West Market and Penn
be returned to the factory. Nowadays, carrying their basket but to feed them Streets in York.
all of our market stands have refriger- lunch as well. It was neat to hear these
ated cases. young entrepreneurs referring to their The Farmers Market is open on Fridays
employers by name very respectfully. and Saturdays while the New Eastern
The farmers markets in York were Market is attended on Fridays only.
quite an attraction up until the advent And the same was true with the shopper
of the Super Markets and today’s Super referring to their hires. These “Farmers Markets” are still a very
Stores. Many people used mass transit When I started tending the Central special part of many peoples’ weekly
(local busses) to travel from home to Market (circa. 1949) it was a real fam- itinerary. And, for the most part, the
and from the markets. Therefore there ily affair. Uncle Cleve Innerst (Grand- people have their favorite venders from
were often young boys (early teens and ma Wolfgang’s brother) and two of his whom they purchase their food stuffs.
some younger) who would provide their children, Lloyd “Amos” Innerst and Pat Wolfgang Candy is very happy that the
services to “carry your basket” Miss Burk, comprised the worker list. Uncle company stands are a part of that special
or Sir? These youngsters would carry Cleve and Amos worked in the kitchen itinerary.
the shoppers’ baskets throughout the in the Fall-Spring candy making season.
market house and to the bus stop or to Pat packed assorted candy under the Fundraising in Philly
leadership of my mother, Ruby Wolf-
gang Schmid during the same season. “We would like to sign up now
for the Spring Sale of 2009. We
October is National My job at Central Market was sort of have had your product as one of
twofold: I had to tend the stand with the our fundraisers for several years
Breast Cancer Month aforementioned people and also relieve and the quality and pricing help
Wolfgang’s Breast Cancer Awareness my cousin Dorrie Wolfgang Whorl for make it a good fundraiser for our
candy bars will be available late school.”
lunch who attended the other stand at
September at the following locations: the same Market house. When I started Kathy Rayca, Good Shepherd
driving the company truck for the mar- Lutheran School in Philadelphia,
Wolfgang Candy Sweet Shoppe and kets, it then became my job to relieve Pennsylvania
online at wolfgangcandy.com. the workers at that same stand and those
• 50+ Rutter’s Markets
• Judy Nace Hair Salon
• Leader Surgical Associates
• York Health Boutique
• Latte Da Coffee Shop
For each peanut butter bar purchased,
a donation of $.50 will help support
breast cancer patients in your
Thanks for supporting the Cancer
Patient Help Fund thru the York
Schedule for a Successful Wolfgang Fundraiser
Week 1: Prepare for Sale Week 6 – Late Orders
• Recruit a committee of 4-5 volunteers • Collect late orders for one week after your sale and
• Communicate the purpose of the fundraiser, fax or e-mail them to Wolfgang Candy all at one time
reference (no later than one week prior to delivery).
• Go to http://www.wolfgangcandy.com/downloads/ • Second orders are those received after the original
cover_letter.pdf for a sample cover letter (all checks order has left Wolfgang Candy; they will incur a freight
are to be made payable to your organization) charge (actual UPS charge).
• Establish sale dates and delivery/pick up date
Week 7: Send Reminders and
Orders are due at Wolfgang by November 17, 2008, in
order to guarantee delivery by Christmas and by March 12, Coordinate Volunteers
2009, in order to guarantee delivery by Easter. However, • Wolfgang Candy processing order
if your sale and delivery dates have been established with • Send reminders 2 – 3 days prior to the delivery date
your Sales Representative, your orders are due three • Coordinate volunteers to help on delivery or pick up
weeks prior to your scheduled delivery date. day
• Ready materials for distribution Week 8: Delivery or Pick Up
Week 2: Distribute Materials Order
• Distribute materials to sellers • Delivery by Wolfgang Truck
• Promote sale, i.e., posters, e-mail, displays, school • Have volunteers help the driver unload skids
announcements and newsletters • Unload the order and arrange by group
• Have volunteers verify orders before sent/taken
Week 3: Promote Sale home
• Delivery by Common Carrier
• Continue to promote your sale, i.e., posters, e-mail,
displays, school announcements and newsletters • You must have volunteers to help unload the truck.
If not, the common carrier will bill you for this
Week 4: Collect Orders/Money/ service.
• Count and verify all cartons before signing the
Submit Order to Wolfgang Candy delivery receipt
• Unload the order and arrange by group
• Send a reminder letter, e-mail, or announcement to
sellers that sale is ending • Have volunteers verify orders before sent/taken
• Collect the top 3 (white, yellow, pink) copies of the home
order form from all sellers (seller keeps gold copy) • Pick Up
• Review the order forms for legibility, completeness • Determine the size of vehicle needed
and accuracy Car – 200 packages
• Verify that the free gift is listed correctly Station Wagon/Small Truck – 300 packages
• Verify that the dollars remitted are correct Minivan – 300-450 packages
• Organize the order forms with paper clips by how you Open ½ ton truck – 350 packages
want your order received from Wolfgang Candy Closed ½ ton truck – 550 packages
• Complete the Pick-Up/Delivery Form and send it with • Unload the order and arrange by group
your order • Have volunteers verify orders before sent/taken
• Return the top 2 (white and yellow) copies of the order home
form to Wolfgang Candy. Keep the pink copy for your
records. Week 9 – After Delivery
• Use the UPS envelope provided and afﬁx the UPS • Wait 3-5 days before reporting missing or damaged
prepaid address label. items, report all missing items at one time.
• DO NOT take the UPS envelope to the post ofﬁce; • Thank all who were involved with fundraiser, i.e.,
SEND VIA UPS ONLY. sellers, parent, teachers, volunteers
• If you choose to send your order via U.S. postal • Evaluate your Fundraiser
service, you must pay the cost. Do not use the UPS
provided label. Week 10 – Payment
• Mail order to Wolfgang Candy so that it arrives 3 weeks • Submit payment to Wolfgang Candy
prior to your delivery or pick up date
Week 5: Order Received by Wolfgang
• Wolfgang Candy will conﬁrm receipt of your order via
email/phone and verify delivery/pick up date
• Data entry and processing begins.
Your kids will love to log into Wolfgang Candy’s Online Fundraising Program.
It’s safe. It’s fun. And, yes, it’s FREE!
How to Register for the Online Fundraising
1. Find your account number on your parent letter. You can also ask your organization’s
fundraising representative or call Wolfgang Candy at 800.248.4273, “0,” “3.
2. Go to wolfgangcandy.com.
3. Click on the Sweet Shoppe Tab
4. Click on the On-line Fundraising Registration tab.
5. Fill out the online form.
6. You must be 13 years old or have your parent’s or guardian’s
approval to participate. Select “Yes” or “No” to con rm.
7. Record your Wolfgang Fundraising username and password for future use.
8. Click on the “My Wolfgang Candy” tab.
9. Select “Send Email” from the dropdown menu. Now that you are logged into the
Wolfgang Candy Fundraising website, you can send emails to friends and family.
10. Invite your favorite people to shop online at the Wolfgang Candy Sweet Shoppe for your organization.
Each selection they make can earn up to 50% of the purchase price toward your fundraising goal.
How to Use the Online Prize Program
1. Click on the “My Wolfgang Candy” tab.
2. Select “Prize Store” from the dropdown menu to enter the Online Prize Store.
3. See your available Prize Points at the top of the page.
4. Cash in your points for cool prizes like movie and store gift cards, electronic games and gadgets, and so
much more. The prizes will change, so check back often for the latest cool stuff.
You can update your contact information,
change your account number or unregister
after you are logged in simply by clicking
on “My Wolfgang Candy” and selecting
“Update Pro le” from the dropdown
A Squish Ball Keychain B Wolfgang Candy Bar C Light-up PomPom Pen
SELL 1 ITEM SELL 2-5 ITEMS SELL 6-10 ITEMS
+ + + + + +
D Gummy Bears E Sports Game F 7” Disco Ball
SELL 11-16 ITEMS SELL 17-24 ITEMS SELL 25-35 ITEMS
+ + + + + +
G Sun Shades w/Radio H $10 Gift Card I $15 Gift Card
SELL 36-49 ITEMS SELL 50-64 ITEMS SELL 65-79 ITEMS
+ + + +
J $25 Gift Card K $40 Gift Card
SELL 80-99 ITEMS SELL 100 ITEMS +
Do you want to be a Chocolatier?
Top fund raisers from all par- The Prize: The winner and his or her immediate
ticipating organizations who family will spend a half day at Wolfgang Candy in
sell 100 or more items will York, PA, learning to make chocolate candy with an
expert candy maker in the actual Wolfgang Chocolate
automatically be en-
Win the GRAND PRIZE t
tered to win Wolfgang
Factory. The prize for the entire winning family
includes two nights at a local hotel, two breakfasts,
NOTE: Please indicate the letter next to the item level you Candy’s Grand Prize one dinner, a delicious Wolfgang gift basket and “Got
have achieved in the appropriate box on bottom of your Chocolate” tee shirts. Transportation to and from
order form. The colors of the prizes shown will vary. Wolfgang Candy not included. 11
Let someone else do the fund raising work for you with Wolfgang Candy’s
effortless online fundraising program. Just visit wolfgangcandy.com and
click on the Fundraising Tab to get started today!
A Family Tradition in Chocolate Since 1921.
Dear Aunt Mary, 1. Launch your Internet browser.
Bobby would like to invite you to visit 2. Direct your Internet browser
the Wolfgang Sweet Shoppe. Bobby is
raising money for new playground
equipment. You should know that up 3. Click on the “Convenient
to 50% of the proceeds from any
purchase you make from Wolfgang Online Fund Raising” link at
Candy online benefits Big Round Top the bottom of the page.
Elementary School directly. So,
please help by clicking on the Sweet 4. Follow the easy directions and
Shoppe button below. send your personalized
message to as many contacts
You are You can also reply directly to this
as you wish!
invited! email and Bobby will be happy to
place an order for you.
Same great brand, same great
Thank you and enjoy your delicious products, same great service
Orders are shipped direct to
Secure the purchaser’s door.
Global No more order forms. No more
stressful ”delivery days.”
eBusiness This message was sent to you by: Bobby
Fundraiser Account Number: MJPO15 It’s as easy as POINT, CLICK,
WOLFGANG CANDY COMPANY, INC.
50 East 4th Avenue
York, Pennsylvania 17404
717.843.5536 - 800.248.4273
A Family Tradition in Chocolate Since 1921. www.wolfgangcandy.com
50 East 4th Avenue, P.O. Box 226
York, Pennsylvania 17405
Shop online and order your favorite
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get FREE SHIPPING with a purchase
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