Funding of school or extracurricular activities: sale of the Quebec Winter Carnival candle

The Quebec Winter Carnival is recruiting groups interested in selling the traditional Carnival candle as a means of financing. To make a change from chocolate!

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Here is the invitation launched by the organization of the Quebec Winter Carnival to schools and organizations in the Quebec region (north shore and south shore):

 

SELL THE CANDLE in presale from December and FROM JANUARY 17 TO 26, 2014

Each year, nearly 200 organizations choose the Candle to finance their activities: sports clubs, student committees, scouts, youth centers, social clubs, dance troupes, etc.

The population is familiar with the Carnival Candle and awaits its release each year.

Advantageous commissions of up to 2.50$ / per candle sold

It's easy :

1. Form your group of salespeople

2. Contact Josée Landry at 418-626-3716 or josee.landry@carnaval.qc.ca

Informative poster to download here.

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