Maredy Introduces a New Product Just in Time for Valentines Day - Create-A-Gram

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As schools are limited in fundraising efforts by new legislation, Maredy introduces Create-A-Gramâ„¢ as a new fun and creative school fundraiser product.

This year, new legislation went into affect that reduced or completely eliminated candy on campus leaving many student groups without options for on-campus school fundraising. As a response to customer need Maredy has designed "Create-A-Gram" a simple, fun and sugar free on campus school fundraiser.

Lisa Moffat of Pine Grove Elementary said about Maredy, "For the third consecutive year, my fourth through sixth grade students at Pine Grove Elementary in Parker, Colorado, participated in a fundraiser candy sale for the week of Valentine's Day. To our delight, we raised $1000 for our school." For years Maredy has been providing the popular candy-grams that are sold on campus during the Valentine season.

What is the 'Create-A-Gram'? "We combined our popular large candy gram card with a fun and creative sticker sheet with words and pictures that can be added to the card to create a special message for the recipient," said Carlton van Putten of Maredy Fundraising Company. Van Putten added, "This addresses nutritional concerns by providing a sugar-free on campus school fundraiser for groups raising money during the Valentine season."

About Maredy:

Maredy Corporation is a catalog fundraising company specializing in school fundraiser events. Founded in 1988, Maredy has distribution locations in Illinois and California totaling over 60,000 square feet. Maredy's product line includes candy, chocolate, and cookie dough fundraiser products. Their web presence, Maredy.com offers free catalogs for school, teen, elementary, church, sports and community group and event fundraising, as well as information and ideas for fundraising projects. Over two million individuals have sold Maredy fundraising products to raise money for fundraiser events.

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