Limited to family, next-door neighbors, and family friends, the Fall Product Sale Program does NOT involve door-to-door selling. The Fall Sale is a way for troops to earn startup money for the year.
The Fall Product Sale helps girls learn essential life skills, including:
Week of August 26 – Materials Shipped to Service Unit Fall Sale Managers (SUFSM)
August 30 – September 20 – Fall Rallies taking place
September 21 – ACH Forms Submitted and Bank Information Entered in NutE
September 21 – Fall Sale Begins
October 13 – Fall Sale Ends
October 18 – Test Debit
October 30-November 2 – Product Delivered to Service Units
November 11 – 15 – Rewards Arrive to SU’s
November 13 – Money Problem Reports Due to Council
November 21 – Fall Sale Debit Processed
Girls can receive rewards for each different part of the sale. All rewards are cumulative.
A separate patch can be earned for each of the following: (See order card for details on patches.)
NEW THIS YEAR! We are introducing Fall Program Credits to this sale, which will work like Cookie Credits. Based on total sales, girls may achieve two levels offering program cedits. See 2013 incentive panel for more information.
All troops receive 13% of their QSP orders as troop profit, $1/item for nuts and candy, and $3 for each address booklet completed with 11 unique adult names, addresses and a positive handwritten P.S. message. Cadette, Senior and Ambassador troops can decide to take an additional 2% troop profit (15% total) on the QSP orders (along with the $1/item for nuts and candy and $3 for each address booklet) and then receive only patches instead of all of the other awards.
Girls can earn the Be a Reader patch by participating in this program with their troop. Be a Reader encourages girls to find the fun in reading and teamwork as they complete age appropriate activities. You will receive more details on this program with the Fall Sale materials. This patch will be for sale in the council shop.
2013 Fall Sale order card - sale period ended October 13
Fall Sale Manager Position Agreements can be found on the Volunteer Position Descriptions page.
What Can A Girl Do? (QSP/Ashdon Farms online activities, includes Be a Reader activities)
2013 Fall Product Sale Training Video (This video provided by QSP/Ashdon Farms is distributed nationwide. Not all aspects apply to our sale, such as door to door sales. We encourage first name only on girl materials.)