Spring is coming quickly, and you know what that means, right? It won’t be long before your school, league, or organization is preparing to hold a fundraiser. From car washes to yard sales to other fun events, there are so many ways to help your group make money.
Check out a few tips from Action Tents that will help you prepare for the much-anticipated spring fundraising season.
Choosing the Right Location
One of the main goals for your fundraiser should be to bring in as many people as possible to your event so that you can increase your chances of making as much money as you can. That means you should find a central location situated near a busy street to attract attention from those who drive by. Regardless of what kind of fundraiser you hold, picking out the right location will ultimately be the most important aspect of it.
Advertise Your Fundraiser
In addition to choosing an ideal location for your fundraiser, you should also find creative ways to advertise it so that people know it’s taking place. From placing an ad in a local newspaper to marketing your fundraiser on Facebook, Twitter, and other forms of social media, it’s easier than ever to get the word out about fundraisers. You can even take a more old-school approach and canvas neighborhoods with flyers if you have the manpower to do it.
Prepare for the Weather
You can control many different aspects of your fundraiser, but unfortunately, you can’t control the weather. Since spring weather can be as unpredictable as it gets, it’s a good idea to erect a tent that can provide coverage for you and your guests during a fundraiser. The tent can shade people from the sun on a hot day. When paired with side tent paneling, it can also keep people from getting wet if it rains. A tent will be an essential part of your fundraiser if the weather doesn’t cooperate.
Action Tents can provide you with the perfect tent rental to ensure your spring fundraiser goes off without a hitch. Call us at 931-359-0024 today to inquire about renting one or more tents for your big event.