Our LED eye wear looks great when turned off, and looks amazing when turned on! The LED function has multiple modes of operation, slow flash, fast flash and static on.
Impress your friends, and yourself with this product at your next party. Glasses last around 2 hours when turned on. Batteries are replaceable.
We want to save you money, so we use multiple couriers to give you options to keep delivery prices low! The couriers used include: Auspost, Auspost Express, Couriers Please.
Faulty products will be refunded at the price at which they were purchased once they are sent back to Glowsticks Wholesale and checked. Any postal/courier costs incurred by sending the products back to us is at the customers expense.
If you which to return items purchased from us that are not faulty, please e-mail us at email@example.com and let Martin know what the issue is.
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We tailor our products specifically for users wishing to fundraise. Glow sticks provide an easy method of generating additional funds at your next school disco, camp, or other night-time event. Glow sticks are easy to sell and offer huge profit margins.
Would you like a Sample Pack sent to your school?
This is a great way to check out our range, and show your school committee. Simply give Martin a call on 0490433087, and we can work out what is best to put in your personal sample pack.
In our survey performed of over 50 Primary Schools, we found out the following facts:
55% were able to sell between 1 and 2 glow sticks per student attending.
25% of schools were able to sell over 2 glow sticks per student attending.
Of those listed above, 80% sold glow sticks from a stall at the disco, 20% embedded the cost of a glow stick into the ticket cost and handed them out as the students entered.
Generally, schools who profited the most from Glow Stick sales offered bulk prices, ie: 1 for $1 or 3 for $2.
Notifying the students of glow stick sales prior to the event had significant positive impact on the number of glow sticks sold. Of those schools which sold less than 1 glow stick per person, 50% did not tell the students prior to the event that glow sticks would be available.