Top

  • News Ticker

    January 1, 2017

    CARDS NOW READY TO SELL: Basketball Manitoba Gold Card Fundraiser Program Back for 2017-18


    Basketball Manitoba is pleased to announce its continued partnership with Momentum Fundraising to offer ALL basketball teams in Manitoba the opportunity to sell the 'Gold Card' discount coupon card to help raise funds for their programs!  The Gold Card sells for $20 each with $10 being kept by the selling basketball program.  Sellers will also receive 1 free card for each 5 cards sold ($20 value) on top of $10 earned per card.  The program can aid any basketball team in Manitoba raise needed funds to assist with travel, team fees, equipment and more!  The card offers great local discounts including to Subway, Rona, Save on Foods, Perkins, Smitty's, Petland, Wendy's, KFC Taco Bell, plus dozens of others.

    The gold card is a plastic credit card shaped product that fits easily in your wallet and is professionally packaged and loaded with value.  By wrapping this all up in a professional package, the community gets to not only support your program, but save hundreds of dollars at their favourite restaurants, attractions and retail businesses throughout the year. Best of all, we do everything for you! The Momentum team works with all the merchants and businesses in your community and our art department creates a card that best represents your organization in the community.

    DOWNLOAD BASKETBALL MANITOBA GOLD CARD PRESALE SHEET (PDF)

    To start selling your Gold Card now, contact...

    Richard Gooch
    204-781-6086

    All the discounts on the back of the card are unlimited use until September 2018 unless noted
    • Website Comments
    • Facebook Comments

    0 comments:

    Post a Comment

    Your feedback on this Basketball Manitoba article is welcome! Post your comments below and check back later to view other comments or replies!

    Item Reviewed: CARDS NOW READY TO SELL: Basketball Manitoba Gold Card Fundraiser Program Back for 2017-18 Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Adam Wedlake
    Scroll to Top