You’re probably familiar with the Tupperware parties your mother or grandmother may have had in the 1980s, or perhaps the more modern Pampered Chef parties. These events were designed to get friends together for fun, food, and some profit for the hostess.
The newest twist on these entrepreneurial efforts are gold parties. With these parties, guests can make some money rather than spending it, so they’ll be eager to attend.
Hosting a gold party is simple to do. Just get a group of friends together to come to your house with their unwanted gold. Most people have old or broken pieces of jewelry tucked away in a drawer or jewelry box and forgotten. If they bring these items to your party, not only will they have a good time getting together with friends, they could also leave with extra money in their pockets. People are often surprised at how much they’re able to receive for their gold.
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It’s time to do your spring cleaning. Why not have a Gold Party and make a little money. What is a Gold Party? A Gold Party is a party where you and your friends (or coworkers, family, or organization) get together with all of the gold and jewelry you are interesting in selling, and Doylestown Gold Exchange will come to you, appraise your jewelry and buy it.
As the host of the party, you will receive 10 percent of the Doylestown Gold Exchange’s profits from the party. And to help offset the cost of hosting your Gold Party, we will also offer you $10 per person who sells jewelry to us. Continue reading Host A Gold Party For Spring Cleaning
Over the past few years with a weaker economy people have been struggling to raise money for their favorite charities and causes they support. These fundraisers are very important to every community as the money raised goes to support many families that are in need. One of the main problems today is people do not have the extra money to donate, as rising costs in their own home has made it difficult to keep up with the bills, much less give money to help other people. It isn’t that we don’t want to help, it is just that we can’t and this trickle down effect is felt at every level.
Doylestown and Richboro Gold Exchange has developed a fundraising idea that has been used and has raised money without hurting people in the wallet. With the price of gold and silver so high, you may be surprised at what treasures you may have in your jewelry box. A hand full of old broken jewelry could be worth hundreds of dollars.
Continue reading Looking to raise money for a charity? Need a new Fundraising idea?- Try a gold Party!