-- Include your non-profit organization’s mission statement on the button, as well as the website or any other important information you want the attendee to take home with them.-- Include a statement on the button to help consumers remember the event after it takes place. To do this mention a celebrity or speaker that attended the event, for example “I helped save a starving child with Angelina Jolie”.
-- Buttons are also very useful as identification at events. They can be used to identify staff for the event, or to restrict access to certain areas of the fundraising event.-- Use buttons as a status symbol to show that a member has made a donation by giving them a button. This gives recognition to those who have donated as well as let everyone else know who has made a donation. -- Sell buttons alongside merchandise to raise funds for your non-profit organization. Buttons are inexpensive, and this makes them a perfect fit right next to your organizations’ t-shirts, bumper stickers, and other merchandise. With the current state of the economy forcing organizations big and small to find cost-efficient methods of marketing and promoting, many non-profit organizations have turned to buttons as a solution that is cheap and easy to integrate into their overall event fundraising strategy. American Button Machines offers a variety of button machines, along with all of the button making supplies you may need for any button making project, that represent a low-cost investment with a vast potential for tangible and intangible returns. Brighid Brown - Director of Blogging and All Things Cool at ABM
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