Scouting, Volume 67, Number 5, October 1979 Page: Back Inside
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IMIti at last!
Now you can sell America's best-advertised,
top-selling candy for super profits.
Get ready for the fund-raising drive of
a lifetime. Your group will be selling
M & M's, the candy-coated plain and
peanut chocolate delights that all
America has been raised on. Who is
there who hasn't savored the "melt in
your mouth" goodness of these
brightly-colored flavor favorites?
Award-winning advertising campaigns in
all media have made M & M's far and
away the Number One selling candy of
all time. Now it's your group's turn to
cash in on the M & M's craze.
M & M's come packaged 48 packets to
a handy carrying carton. Each packet
sells for 50C and your group earns an
easy S9.00 for every carton sold. In
addition, for every 10 cartons ordered
and paid for within 30 days, you receive
a bonus carton which may be sold for a
fantastic $24.00 EXTRA profit.
watch your profits grow:
If you have . . . and order .
10 members 20 cartons
30 members 60 cartons
100 members 200 cartons
you can earn:
Order now! Call toll free
800/233-4193 (In Pa. call
Or fill in and mail
fe You must be 21 to place order
Minimum telephone order: 10 cartons
To: REVERE COMPANY
Scranton, Pennsylvania 18504
Please send us cartons of
M & M's Plain Chocolate Candies (#191)
3 Please send us _ cartons of
M & Ms Peanut Chocolate Candies (#192).
Council . Unit no
Name, address and phone number of 2 additional officers
Name ' ■. .v"- ■ Address
No. of members
hipping address (if different from above)
Whenever possible, to avoid extra private residency delivery charges (for which Revere cannot be
responsible), have shipment sent to business address of a member.
NO INVESTMENT. NO RISK. Payment due 30 days after receipt of candy. Freight paid on 30 or
more cartons/Groups ordering less than 30 cartons should allow for freight charges when
estimating profit. To insure factory freshness, we are unable to accept returns of candy. Weight
and price subject to change
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Boy Scouts of America. Scouting, Volume 67, Number 5, October 1979, periodical, October 1979; New Brunswick, New Jersey. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth353681/m1/83/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Boy Scouts of America National Scouting Museum.