Popcorn sales can generate enough income to financially support your Scouting program for the entire year! Money from popcorn can be used to cover the cost of camporees, pinewood derby races, field trips, equipment, badges and advancement, and summer camp.
$1,250 Camping Incentive
Scouts selling at least $1,250 earn a FREE Webelos Camp (3 day) or Cub Adventure Camp (also known as Day Camp) AND Family Camp (formerly parent and pal.) Deadline for entries is December 31, 2017. Get more information and your Scouts’ entries HERE
$2,200 Camping Incentive
Scouts selling at least $2,200 earn a FREE weeklong summer camp experience. This includes Arrow of Light Camp, Boy Scout Summer Camp, NYLT, STEM camp, Ranger, and Eagle Trail. Deadline for entries is December 31, 2017. Get more information and input your Scouts’ entries HERE
- Take Orders due online – October 25
- Pick up “Take Order” – November 9
- Invoices due – December 4
|Click here for November 9 popcorn pickup locations.|
Scouts selling online get 50% commission!
Earn 5% for every dollar sold online. Earn sales over $300 and get an Amazon gift card! All online sales count toward all incentives and prizes. Online Sales Information.
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Accent Group Solutions
1154 Reco Ave 8835
St. Louis, MO 63126
North Bay Produce
Richard Brauer Rd
Mascoutah, IL 62285
Southeast MO Service Center
3000 Gordonville Rd.
Cape Girardeau, MO 63703
Southern IL Service Center
803 East Herrin St.
Herrin, IL 62948
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Selling popcorn ensures a quality Scouting program!
In 2016 and 2017, we invested almost $850,000 directly into programs and camp properties.
Because of the popcorn sale…
- Beaumont – New maintenance equipment, Trading Post renovations, road
improvements, equestrian saddles, new tents, cots, and dining canopies.
- Pine Ridge – New maintenance equipment, remodeling of Health Lodge and
- Camp Lewallen – New food service equipment, kitchen and shower-house
remodeling, campsite platforms, and shooting sports equipment.
- S bar F – New mountain Bikes, shooting sports equipment, bridge replacement,
maintenance equipment and vehicles, and swimming docks.
- Awarded $81,000 in camperships to help send disadvantaged youth to
- Assisted nearly 4,000 Scouts with registration costs.
- Provided funding for Scouting for Food, the BSA’s largest single-day
food drive in which Scouts collect nearly 2 million food items for the
- Supported STEM education, camps, and programs for 2,865 Scouts,
Venturers, and Explorers.
- Helped provide a summer camp adventure to 8,662 Cub Scouts and
6,416 Boy Scouts.