Scouting, Volume 69, Number 6, November-December 1981 Page: Front Inside
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Try 'em free! Taste why Bike's
gives you the most wanted
500 fund raisers!
IN THE NEXT YEAR,
a few thousand organiza-
tions like yours will make
millions of dollars profit selling
these Kathryn Beich (BIKE) bars.
Do you need $600? Just sell 50 cases.
Maybe you want $6,000? Or how
about $60,000? Last season, one of
our grade school customers
made $52,300 profit selling
BIKE bars ... and they did it
in less than three weeks!
COMPARE OUR BARS. Mail
coupon to get samples of all
four plus details of our plan.
Then compare our bars to other
money-makers. (You can find them
in discount stores. On the other
hand, BIKE bars are made exclu-
sively for you to sell.)
CHECK OUR PROFITS. You make
up to $12.00 profit per case of just 48
of these 50-cent bars. Other ads offer
more bars to
sell per case,
yet you earn
for the effort.
TASTE OUR QUALITY. We use
100% real milk chocolate. No
imitations. No shortcuts. No reasons
to disappoint your customers. OK
for sale in schools according to
U.S.D.A. nutrition rules, too.
GET OUR DEAL. We
ship as few as 18
cases, we pay the
freight, we give you 30
day terms, and we even
accept unopened cases
for return or exchange.
USE OUR HELP. Get fresh
candy, fast delivery and
full service from a network
of eleven metro drive-in of-
fices and hundreds of field
TRUST OUR NAME. Tour
our modern plant, see hun-
dreds of people working to
serve your organization, even
meet Mr. Beich. You'll deal direct
with the manufacturer. No mid
dlemen or brokers. For
all the details,
"Hey, you're the Katydid Company!"
That's us. Kathryn
Beich gives you a full
line of candies and nuts
to suit your selling
needs anytime of the
WeVe also got a series of big $1.00
bars, $2.00 tins and boxes, and our
famous key-opened tins of luscious
confections at $4.00 with $1.50 profit^
Advance order taking plans
wide sales, too.
Item 1721 shown. Exclusive
soft flowing caramel in real milk
chocolate. Five and one-half
inches long and 1.85 ounces big . . . yet
sells for 50<i with up to 50% profit!
a $1.00 bill for
handling (no checks)
and we'll rush a box of
four bars with full information
about our plan. Well even refund
your money when you order or see our
Yes! Here's $1.00 and ALL the information
needed below. We are sincerely interested
in your plan and want to taste those bars!
□ SEND INFORMATION ONLY
AMT. PROFIT NEEDED $
FULL ORGANIZATION NAME
KATHRYN BEICH CANDIES DEPT. BS99 BLOOMINGTON, IL 61701
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Boy Scouts of America. Scouting, Volume 69, Number 6, November-December 1981, periodical, November 1981; Irving, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth353615/m1/2/: accessed February 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Boy Scouts of America National Scouting Museum.