Big Event Incentives

  • Students jumping on inflatable bouncer

    Make our big events even better

    If you’re convinced that offering a fun event as a reward for reaching a simple goal will get more of your students to sell, here are some ways to make your actual event an even bigger hit.

    Make your big event unforgettable. Read our tips and learn how to prepare for a great and memorable event that your students won’t soon forget.

Students on giant slide at super party event

Yes, we require everyone to review and enforce the policies listed in our safety rules document

Student on slip n slide at super splash party event

Once you reach $25,000 in sales there’s no cost for any of our big event fundraising prize programs. If you fall short, we’ll ask you to share in the cost of your event; however there are other options as well. Learn how to qualify for a free big event

Student at super party

Our super party and super splash party are 2 hour events. If additional time is needed, the organization has the option to pay extra.

Students at magic show assembly

Organizations are normally limited to 1 show. The exception is if the organization exceeds $40,000 in sales, and there’s not enough seating for one show. In this case a second show must immediately follow the first. Any school that desires a second show and does not meet the above criteria can choose to pay extra.

Students at a reptile adventures show

Our magic show is 40 minutes and our reptile show is 1 hour long.

Boy on slide at super party event

There may be times when lowering the student item goal to gain admission to a big event is warranted. For example, a family may have multiple children attending the school thus making it more difficult to reach the goal for each child. What follows is our recommended policy for this type of situation:

  • Handle it on a case-by-case basis rather than announcing this policy to everyone.
  • We recommend that you not cut the goal below half of the original goal.
  • It will be your responsibility to track the families who request this.
Magician with student performing a trick during a magic show event

The best time to bring in a magic how is during another recognized event:

  • September: National Literacy Month, Citizenship Day, National Good Neighbor Day
  • October: National Safe School Week, National Character Counts Week, National Red Ribbon Week, Halloween
  • November: National Youth Appreciation Week, National Parental Involvement Day, National Family Week, National Recycling Week
  • February: Valentine’s Day
  • April: National Library Week, National Student Leadership Week
  • May: National Reading Is Fundamental Week

Learn more about our magic show

Magic show performer at an assembly

For our magic show prize program we provide follow-up resource material that schools can utilize after their assembly. For more information, view our curriculum-based magic programs.

Student audience at a magic show event

Your goal is to make your big event memorable for your students. To insure that they get the most out it, learn how to maximize your big event experience.

Students at big event magic show event

To have a successful big event at your school there are certain things that you’ll want to do beforehand. Prior to your event, we’ll send you a preparation checklist.

Students on water slide at super splash party event

We feel that our big event prize programs are better because they motivate more students to sell. Participation increases when students have the opportunity to attend an exciting party or show as a reward for reaching an easily obtainable sales goal. Learn about our big events