Focus Training: All participants
MUST have attended these classes or taken the on-line course in
order to work.
Cell Ph. 314 954-7815
Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org
Rules for Verizon Fundraisers
A few things have changed this
year in regards to checking ID's. Verizon will have at least 7 mystery shoppers per show. Their job will consist
of more than just trying to purchase alcohol w/o an ID. They are there to make sure all ID's are checked properly and
that we are providing great customer service. The following steps must be applied to each transaction.
must be removed from wallets. You must physically hold the card in your hand while checking it each
and every time.
- Look at the customers face and then the ID. When in doubt that the ID belongs to them, ask for another
form of ID.
- Check DOB and expiration date carefully. An expired license is not a valid form of ID.
Everyone" is just that. It doesn't matter if a customer is 80 years old, they cannot be served without
and ID. (crazy..I know)
- You must card everyone, every time. Doesn't matter if "Bob"
has been through your line 10 times already and you are now on first name basis with him, he still must be carded each and
every time. Reason being, a mystery shopper or management may be watching and they don't realize that you have carded
this person before, they see it as not checking ID's.
should know that we are not allowed to drink alcohol before, during or after the show.
are not allowed to refill cups for anyone!! Verizon views this as stealing and they will press charges
and our group will be dismissed. Not worth a free beer.
The Hockey Club has
had a booth at Verizon for several years now, and I feel we have a very good rapport with them. BUT...believe me
when I say that they will not hesitate to remove our club permanently if they find us in violation
of these or any rules, I have seen them escort an entire group right out the front gate. The whole Club can
be penalized with dismissal based on just one persons actions. So make sure you speak up if needed. A lot of parents
depend on this fund raiser to offset expenses and we don't want to take the chance on losing it. Verizon has a list of
non-profits a mile long just waiting for a space to open up.
I am attaching
the booth rules once again for those who may not have received them. Please read over them.
HAVE FUN!!! We usually have a great time working the booth. Customers enjoy seeing us having
a good time. So be friendly, and you will be surprised at how many people return to our booth, regardless of the
length of our line, just to buy from us.
As always, you can contact me with
any questions you may have.
FHC SPARTAN HOCKEY CLUB 2012 VERIZON WIRELESS AMPITHEATER FUNDRAISER PARTICIPATION RULES
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1, All fundraising done on behalf or in the name of the Francis Howell Central
Spartan Hockey Club must have Board approval.
for fundraising cannot be more than the amount of actual money paid for Club expenses and fees.
3. Excess fundraising can be handled in a couple of ways (see Club By-laws)
into a couple of categories:
Club Controlled Fundraising
In this case, the Club can require that all members must participate.
The funds earned stay in the Club funds and can either be used to
reduce annual fees or build up reserves in the event
we have a future need. Examples include: Mouse Races and Trivia Night.
Team Controlled Fundraising
This is where an
entire team works on a fundraising event, such as a car wash. Proceeds are divided among the players who participated
and credited to their individual accounts.
These are fundraising events in which families may elect to participate.
Examples include selling candy, pizza, or working the booth
at the Verizon Amphitheater. Proceeds earned from
these activities are credited to the individual family accounts.
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