(PRWEB) April 15, 2005
A survey conducted by the Association of Fund-Raising Distributors and Suppliers found that fundraising programs involving product sales raised an estimated $1.9 billion net profit last year for non-profit organizations. Candy and confections topped respondents' "preferred product" list, so it's no surprise that a fast-rising "star" in the fundraising universe is Rainbow Dust.
Rainbow Dust is well suited to any fundraising season, and fits in with a wide range of carnival, circus, Candyland, and other themed events. "Edible art," Rainbow Dust is a brightly colored candy powder that is layered into clear plastic straws to enjoy a brief incarnation as "art" before its "edible."
Plastic straws and "test tubes" from 5" to 34" in size serve as the "canvases" for the artwork make with one of the wide variety of Rainbow Dust flavors. Rainbow Dust comes in traditional flavors like Chocolate, Banana, Cherry, Sour Apple, Blue Raspberry, Grape, and Pineapple, and special fun flavors including Bubblegum, Candy Cane, Cotton Candy, Pink Lemonade, and Watermelon. Each flavor comes in an easy-for-kids-to-handle, easy-for-kids-to-pour dispensing bottle so even pre-school "artists" can create custom their very own masterpieces.
The kid-friendly confection packs a double-whammy of vivid flavor and vivid color, making Rainbow Dust an eye-catching people magnet. And although Rainbow Dust is an obvious choice for children's events, it's equally popular with teens and even with adults and seniors who enjoy the opportunity to be kids againÂ as well as artists!
To please the grown-up palate, Rainbow Dust has developed a full line of sour flavors including Sour Apple, Sour Black Cherry, Sour Cherry, Sour Grape, Sour Peach, and Sour Watermelon.
While Kids Feast on Rainbow Dust, Organizers Feast on Easy Profits
Rainbow Dust makes it easy for any size group to earn a potential return of up to 300% on their investment. There are no minimum orders, but there is a substantial discount for volume purchases, giving groups even more opportunity to keep more of the money they earn.
Also appealing is Rainbow Dust's low-tech set-up. There's no need for electricity and several tables, tablecloths, and signs are all that's required to create a Rainbow Dust "profit center." A typical 10'x10' Rainbow Dust space at a busy fundraiser can "dust" as many as 100-150 kids per hour.
That's a lot of kids and a lot of candyÂ not to mention a lot of profit!
Rainbow Dust is available in exclusively through http://www.myrainbowdust.com
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