Ideas on what to sell to the average High School kid.

<p>So my school is having this Hawaiian themed talent show and dance outside on the field, and during the whole time (6-10pm), around 40 clubs set up tables and sell anything they would like to the attendees.</p>

<p>Around 800 students are expected to attend, but around 10 clubs already reserved what they are going to sell.
Leis are already given for free :(</p>

<p>Do you guys have any suggestions on what to sell? It can be ANYTHING! Just has to be in 1$ increments. </p>

<p>I'm trying to raise money for my invisible children club. Thanks guys!</p>

<p>Friendship bracelets! You could also make them in some really fun hawaiian-y colors, like bright yellows and oranges and reds :D</p>

<p>That's a pretty good idea! Any others?</p>

<p>I was going to sell glow sticks, but it ended up getting taken by a different club.</p>

<p>Where do you live? Are you allowed to sell food?</p>

<p>We do like the SAME exact thing at my school haha (except not as much students show up) but food is a spectacular idea.</p>

<p>I live in SD.</p>

<p>Yes we are!</p>

<p>Wow, I live in SD too! haha
I'm not sure what you meant by $1 increments. Do you mean that whatever you sell has to be $1?
Well, the club I'm in is selling Carne Asada fries. Almost all of the booths @ our school luau sell food.</p>

<p>How about a tropical drink? Those could sell big if they are good and word spreads.</p>

<p>Just using Google:
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<p>No tequila of course though :D</p>

<p>If it has to be $1, then sell chips. Are chips already reserved?</p>

<p>@bneleh it means that I have to sell is 1$, 2$, 3$, etc. Yeah most of ours does too.</p>

<p>Haha, where would I get such a drink?</p>

<p>and batllo i will look into that!</p>

<p>I won't say it...</p>

<p>I'm leaning towards the Carne Asada fries; they sell very well. The only downside is that you'd have to sell them for probably $5.</p>

<p>^ Carne</a> asada fries - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia I had to google what it was (I guessed it meant roasted beef fries) but that looks freakin' delicious! If I ever go to San Diego, I will have to try it. 2000 calories though hehe. Definitely a good "" entry.</p>

<p>I'd also like to second noimagination's suggestion :D</p>

<p>^ LOL. It's a hit around SoCal, because of the large Mexican population. I personally have never tried it because I'm not good with mixed foods. Literally, it looks like a giant mess but everyone else seems to love it and it sells well.</p>

<p>@ the OP: If not the fries, you could always try orange chicken (Korean Club sells that one) annnd In-N-Out works well too.</p>

<p>@beneleh Hey those are really good ideas!</p>

<p>I just need to adjust the price accordingly... That's the hardest part! How much do they sell those things for?</p>

<p>Carne Asada fries: You know Cotixan right? It's in Heritage. They offer modified prices if you're buying like 50, 75, or 100 at a time. If you want to make a profit, you have to sell them @ $5.
Orange chicken: I believe it's from Rice King, idk. They're also $5. They sell out SUUUUPER quickly. At our Food Fairs, they last like 20 minutes until they're all gone -_-
In-N-Out: Not too sure about this one.. but I'm sure you could contact the Eastlake In-N-Out.</p>

<p>popcorn, super buttery</p>

<p>Condoms. Trust me. It'll increase club membership as well.</p>


<p>However, I think you should sell drinks, they are extremely profitable and it's easier to handle.</p>


<p>pot and booze! all high schoolers like pot and booze :D</p>