Raising funds for your workplace is made easy with a corporate event at the bowling alley. Whether you want a set of new computers, to raise money for a charity, or just want to treat your colleagues to a fun game of bowling while raising a little cash at the same time, a bowling fundraiser is the perfect way to do so.
Here are three ways you can raise funds with a bowling corporate event:
Spread the word
The majority of profits you'll make at your bowling party fundraiser will come from the tickets you sell, so it's important you spread the word. Don't limit your party invites to employees within the workplace - remember to invite friends, partners and family members too. Bowling is a perfect activity for all ages, so every member of the family should buy a ticket.
AMF provides a sales executive to help you promote your event, but don't be afraid to set up pages on social media or send some old-school invites to boost your ticket sales. The more tickets you sell, the more successful your fundraiser will be - both in terms of fun and profits!
Hold a raffle
Aside from raising money with your 'through the roof' ticket sales, AMF will also help you out with organising raffle tickets if you wish to boost your funds even further. Put together your raffle prize according to the nature of your business and your colleagues - whether it's a gourmet food hamper filled with movie and bowling vouchers, or a 'pamper hamper' with beauty and grooming products. The key is to make sure your hamper is appealing to a wide audience - that way, you'll sell plenty of raffle tickets.
Put down your bets
Fundraising doesn't have to be restricted to the actual event - why not start in the lead up to your corporate bowling party? There's nothing wrong with a little office sweepstakes, so encourage your colleagues to put their bets down on who will bowl the most strikes, who's likely to bowl gutter balls, and who will be crowned overall bowling champion.
The funds raised can go towards your cause - with a small token prize for whoever wins each bet. Be careful not to talk your bowling skills up too much!