Archive for February, 2011

One of the most frustrating and time-consuming ventures for any club or organization is fundraising. How will you do it? What will you do? Will you sell something? Candy? Magazines? Cutlery? Or will you collect returnable bottles or have a carwash? Let us make this a breeze for you. If you want to earn some real cash for your club or organization, and do it easily, consider selling soy candles from Country Wickhouse Candles. They’re all-natural, hand-poured, and handmade in the USA. Go to our website, contact us, and let’s get started. How do we do it? Like this…

Country Wickhouse Candles, a fully licensed producer of natural soy candles, is now offering a line of 8 oz. soy candles in tins ideal for fundraising. The sale of these candles is not only simple, but also a lucrative venture for any club desiring to raise money. We offer seven of our most popular candle scents that sell for $10.00 each, sales tax included (for New York State customers only; tax does not apply to any other state).

This is half of what a person would pay in a retail establishment!

But more importantly, in an effort to help your club maximize its profit, we will give your organization 50% of all sales made. That’s $5.00 a candle! (Some shipping costs may apply depending on where in the world you are.) Few fundraisers offer a percentage as high as we do, which is a perfect reason to consider us, Country Wickhouse Candles, for your next fundraising activity.

Not only will you be offering your patrons a completely natural and attractive candle product, but also you will be giving back to your community and supporting the small business economy. And you’ll be that much closer to achieving your monetary goals!

So, drop us a line at countrywickhouse@gmail.com, visit our website, and let’s have a chat about how you can earn some real money quickly and easily by selling Country Wickhouse Candles’ signature candle tins. We can send you a sample order form and explain the whole process to you. C’mon, give us a try…you’ll be happy you did!

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For many of us, this weather map is a reminder that we’re still well within the throes of winter. In case you haven’t heard, up here in Northern New York, we’re due for a doosey. Some of you may have already gotten, or are just getting the snow. Either way, the National Weather Service promises us that this latest winter storm will amount to something like a “2100 mile swath of one-foot snow potential” from Oklahoma City to Portland, Maine. Great…more snow. It’s being considered, as The Weather Channel so eloquently puts it, “a multi-day, multi-region potentially historic and destructive winter storm,” that just might affect the lives of one-third of the population of the United States, or about 100 million people.

You know, it’s about this time of year that most of us are wishing again for the pleasantness of spring flowers or the comfort of summer sunsets. But since, as I must continue to remind myself, it’s only February, we all can make the best of it. Why not drop by Country Wickhouse Candles and take a look at our winter scents? Out autumn scents are still up, too, because fall fragrances are popular even throughout winter. We have to move these candles out in order to clear our shelves for the new spring scents that we’ll be posting at our store come April 1. And we’d really like to move something other than snow for awhile.

So, go ahead and take a good, long look at that weather map again, then imagine yourself snuggled up in the living room, bedroom, or den by a warm fire or near the heater, sipping a mug of cocoa and watching the snow fall down the windowpanes. And what’s that burning softly on the coffee table, on the mantle or hearth? Well, now, it looks to me like an all-natural soy candle from Country Wickhouse Candles. Pretty good image, don’t you think? Ordering is easy and secure; just use this LINK, purchase what you want, and let us do the rest. Piece of cake. And never worry…cabin fever has made us even more efficient in getting our orders out.

Hope you stop by because we’ve got a bunch of reasons to make you smile. And, hey, this winter will end, eventually…

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