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3 Tips For Successful Raffle Ticket Fundraising
Raffle ticket fundraising is the easiest, fastest, and most profitable form of fundraising for any small, medium, or large nonprofit organization.
In this article I am going to give you 3 extremely powerful tips to selling out your raffle everytime.
Strategy 1: Submit Press Release for your Raffle
If you want to media to pick up raffle fundraiser you will need to let them know about it. There are hundreds of press release websites out there to syndicate your release. Some free, some you must pay. The free submission services are less looked at from blogs and the search engines so I recommend www.prweb.com for submitting your releases.
Your release is submitted among the thousands of journalists setup on prweb.com. This is a must!
This is very powerful! First, you want to create a list of local radio stations and simply call them up. You want to speak to the radio station program director and first introduce yourself and tell him about your raffle fundraiser, the prize, and the other details regarding your raffle.
You also might want to submit a press release to the radio stations about the raffle event.
Strategy #3: Join Forces With Local Businesses
By joining forces with local businesses you can now leverage your advertising efforts for pennies on the dollar. First, you want to have some peel-off sheets printed so you can easily drop these off at these local businesses. Second, you simply want to stop in your these local businesses and ask them if you can leave some of these raffle slips within their store.
Because of their walk in traffic you can now take advantage of their advertising efforts to help your organizations raffle become a success. By utilizing these 3 three strategies for your raffle ticket fundraiser you ill see massive results.
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