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Slides from our Pop-Up Kiosk presentation. 

Finally this team is making things happen! Can't wait to hear results tonight! Go Team O'Brien...GO!!!!

Team Lead: Joanna Turi
Event: Donate to Dress Down Chapter
Potential Dates: Feburary 27th or March 6th
Potential Locations/Contact Info:
Delta Zeta’s Chapter- SAC 161- Jordan Diedrick (President) - jordan.diedrick@yahoo.com



Pitfalls to Consider:
March 6th is very close to the end of the quarter/ last class

Event Logistics/Action Items:
Talk to Jordan (President or Delta Zeta) and discuss possible dates
Confirm date
Send out emails to girls in Delta Zeta Explain what SFLF is and how they can donate
Remind them a week before that is they donate to SFLF they can attend chapter in casual attire
Collect donations at chapter
Event Promotion:
Send out emails explaining what SFLF is and how donations can be made
Create Facebook post in Delta Zeta’s group
Share Recipient’s stories that were told in class with sorority

Sales Strategy:
Send out emails to members in Delta Zeta
Post reminders on Delta Zeta Facebook group
Bring up donating to SFLF during chapter one week prior to event
Make presentation and present to members during chapter one week prior to event

Financial Analysis:
• Out-of-pocket costs: (i.e. fliers, ingredients, refreshments, location rental, etc.):
$0

• Realistic number of buyers:
40-60
• Average sale per buyer: (in dollars):
$10-20
• Total sales:
$400-1200

• Anticipated net payout:
$400-1200

Is it worth it?
Yes it is! There are no expenses in hosting this event so I can put forth 100% of the donations to the SFLF. Going to chapter in casual attire is something everyone wants to do so I feel that this will be a success!


Team Lead: Sarah Katz    
Event: Google Corporation Dinner
Potential Dates: March 5, March 12 5PM- 10PM
Potential Locations/Contact Info: 
LuxBar- Mike Avella mavella77@hotmail.com

Pitfalls to Consider: 
Saturday is date night and some might not come
Will the restaurant donate money as well? Or give us a discount on drinks?

Event Logistics/Action Items: 
Prior, confirm with the restaurant that the event is still scheduled at the right time and day
A week prior send, email to remind attendees of the event
Walk through the event with Mike a week before
Pick the cocktails and appetizers out 

 Event Promotion: 
Contact through e-mail possible attendees and inform them of the event
Go to the office and have a meeting about the event 

Sales Strategy: 
Have fliers around the Google office  
Create a Facebook page
Create a Google drive and share it with the whole office 


Financial Analysis: 
• Out-of-pocket costs: (i.e. fliers, ingredients, refreshments, location rental, etc.): 
(Google will pay)
Cost: $200.00 Rental
Food: $500.00

• Realistic number of tickets: 
100

• Average sale per buyer: (in dollars): 
$25.00 per ticket

• Total sales: 
Tickets: $2,500
Donations: $3,000

• Anticipated net payout: 
$5,500- $700.00= $4,800


Is it worth it?
Yes, if at least 50 attendees come that’s still a success of $2,000 dollars. Word of mouth is key of this event, and promoted all over the office as well.    

Team Lead: Joe O’Brien
Event: Reaching out to business’ who’s ideals fall in line w/ the Sid Feldman Legacy Fund
Potential Dates: Wednesday nights
Potential Locations/Contact Info:
State Farm: Curt Restko
Boilermakers Local 1

Other Chicago Companies

Pitfalls to Consider:
Rejection and time constraints due to inter-company communications
Event Logistics/Action Items:
Walk and visit each company if call doesn’t seal deal
Event Promotion:
Email, call, infographic
Sales Strategy:
Call and in person after only one email
Financial Analysis:
• Out-of-pocket costs: (i.e. fliers, ingredients, refreshments, location rental, etc.):
None
• Realistic number of buyers:
4
• Average sale per buyer: (in dollars): 100

• Total sales: 400

• Anticipated net payout: 400
Is it worth it? Yes


Team Lead: Solveiga Jurgaityte  
Event:  The Gala
Potential Dates: Monday, 2/8/16
Potential Locations/Contact Info: 
Canvas (next to Handlebar)
2313 W. North Ave.
Chicago, IL
Rico thegalachicago@gmail.com



Pitfalls to Consider: 
Since it’s on a Monday, less people may show up than if it were on a weekend.
People may not have cash on them to buy raffle tickets/

Event Logistics/Action Items: 
The Gala is an ever-expanding community of artists and art enthusiasts that holds completely independent monthly events intended to support and inspire collaboration.
I will be raffling off a piece of art my friend is donating and all of the proceeds will go to Sid Fund. 

Event Promotion: 
Facebook posts into the event page. Getting people excited about the art that is being donated and encourage them to attend the event. 


Sales Strategy: 
Through networking, I was able to connect the people who host the event and my friend who is an artist. She is able to donate a piece of art for free and Rico, the organizer of The Gala, allowed me to raffle it off at now cost.


Financial Analysis: 
• Out-of-pocket costs: (i.e. fliers, ingredients, refreshments, location rental, etc.): 
$0


• Realistic number of buyers: 
50

• Average sale per buyer: (in dollars): 
$3

• Total sales:
$150 


• Anticipated net payout: 
$150

Is it worth it?  
Yes, definitely. 
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