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Voucher Books

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Fundraising voucher books in Australia are largely dominated by The Entertainment™ Book . As such information is taken direct from their website.

The Entertainment™ Book is a local restaurant and activity guide, which provides hundreds of up to 50% off and 2-for-1 offers from the finest restaurants, cafés, attractions, theatres and accommodation.

Entertainment™ Books have been distributed by fund-raising organisations throughout Australia and New Zealand for the past 18 years. These Books are an easy and risk-free fund-raiser that everyone looks forward to.

How does it Work?

Voucher books are easy to sell with proven results. Packed with hundreds of up to 50% off and 2-for-1 offers, the books virtually sell themselves. Over 90% of consumers who purchase voucher books like The Entertainment™ Book  plan to purchase future editions, so your club can expect repeat sales year after year. provide all the promotional material you need for a successful voucher book sales campaign. Your club is assigned a personal Account Manager to assist you every step of the way in reaching your fund-raising goal.

Voucher Books

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Financial Considerations

High profits and no risk. Books are provided to you on consignment, so you only pay for the voucher books that are sold, its that simple! Your club receives a 20% profit margin on every voucher book sold for your fund-raising.

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It is essential that you have a fundraising champion behind this drive, constantly encouraging members and getting members involved in driving sales. Consider an allocation for each player to sell within their own network at home and through their work environments.

And don't forget to announce the fact there are books to sell via the club website and newsletter, publicise a target and let your club know when you reach milestones in order to generate a bit of a buzz. You could even send an email to all club members asking them to buy a voucher book and support the club.

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This procedure should be treated as a guide only. Your club should seek advice specific to the needs of your club and event. Seek further details from authorities and service providers; especially in regards to insurance, licences, permits, spectator and participant safety.