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Boy Scout Popcorn Sale Ends October 26!

October 23, 2014

Boy Scout 2014 Popcorn Sale Ends This Sunday, October 26!
Find a Scout to order your favorite popcorn to help support Scouting now.

(Omaha, Nebr.) – October 20, 2014 – The Boy Scouts of America, Mid-America Council wraps up their month long 2014 fall popcorn sales campaign this coming Sunday, October 26. Have you purchased your favorite Boy Scout popcorn this fall to help support Scouting? If not, we can help you connect!

Visit the Mid-America Council, Boy Scouts of America popcorn web page at http://www.mac-bsa.org/unit-fundraising.aspx to view popcorn products offered this year. Choose your favorites, then contact your neighborhood Boy Scout or Cub Scout to place your order. Don’t know a Scout in your neighborhood?

Simply call the Boy Scouts of America, Mid-America Council office at 402-431-9272, and ask for Erin Glidden, our council popcorn kernel. Or, email Erin.

Erin will contact a Boy Scout troop or Cub Scout pack in your neighborhood. The troop or pack will call you, and send over Scouts to take your order at your convenience – as long as it’s by Sunday, October 26. Once the 2014 fall popcorn sale ends, you’ll have to wait until next year. Don’t let that happen!

If you’ve already ordered popcorn from your neighborhood Boy Scout or Cub Scout, please consider purchasing a $25 gift card for our military personnel. Because of your generous donation, you will have helped the Scouts earn money for their Scouting programs. Plus, Camp Master’s popcorn will be shipped to U.S. military personnel serving our country at various military facilities throughout the U.S. and around the world, including product shipped to “Operation USO Care Package.” The $25 popcorn military donation is tax deductable.

Thank you for supporting the Boy Scouts of America, Mid-America Council. Your popcorn purchases and donations help us deliver a Scouting program of unparalleled experiences preparing our youth for life – our leaders of tomorrow.

Author – Dixie Wagner, Mid-America Council, Boy Scouts of America

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