Join us for a FREE 59-minute Fall Product Kick-off Party that
will jump-start your troop earnings and lead to fabulous individual
Girls DO NOT have to register with their troop, but there
must bring an adult chaperone. If girls are siblings, one adult for
the multiple siblings is acceptable.
This is a telethon-type event. Bring with you a completed list of
names and phone numbers, a fully charged cell phone, a charger (just
in case), and a FUN and EXCITED ATTITUDE!
Girls who attend will earn a 59-minute quick start theme patch, door
prizes throughout the event, and conclude their night with an ice
cream sundae bar!
The night will start promptly at 5:30 pm, so please arrive by 5:15
pm to get through the check-in process.
This event will be held at both our Fort Wayne Service Center
and our Michiana Service Center. Be sure to register for the
one closest to you!
Sheet for the 59-Minute Kick-Off
If your troop would like to hold your own 59-Minute-Kick-off event:
- Email the date/time/location of your event to
email@example.com with the subject line
"59-Minute-Kick-off" at least one day before your
- After the event, email a photo taken during the event,
as well as the names of the girls who participated, and how many
total magazine vouchers were sold (photos and names will not be
published unless you include photo release permission).
- Girls who participate and sell at least one magazine voucher
will earn the 59-minute patch, along with their regular awards.
Kick-off Guide for Troops
and Contact Sheet for Troop Event
Here is a testimonial from one leader in GSNI-M that had success
doing this on their own!
"To decrease nervousness, we offered each girl a script to
follow. When a girl made a sale, she would ring the cowbell we had on
hand. Regardless of what others were doing, they were encouraged to
stop and cheer for anyone who makes a sale. It truly added to the
excitement of the day.
I can’t remember the numbers for
the event we held, but there were many sales made, and each girl had a
great time. It was fun to see the salesgirl emerge despite them
arriving all nervous and shy. It was a great way to put them at ease
during their attempts to sale.
Don’t like cold calling?
No problem! We encouraged parents to call loved ones and let them know
the date and time frame calls would be made. This allowed for more
people to be available while the calls were being made."
Product Manager Community 205