Items tagged with popcorn

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Popcorn time

October 5, 2007 - 160 words
The annual popcorn sales are back.
Also tagged as: boyscouts canoing ecommerce kids

It's Popcorn time again

September 6, 2006 - 464 words
Popcorn sales have started again in my house, providing more business and life lessons for my kids.
Also tagged as: business candy cubscouts customerservice fundraiser

Virtual Fundraiser - Candy Sales for Little League

March 10, 2006 - 189 words , 3 comments
Help two kid’s organizations at once.
Also tagged as: fundraiser littleleague

Popcorn sales end Oct 15

October 13, 2004 - 36 words
Time is running out for popcorn sales.
Also tagged as: cubscouts

Popcorn deadline

October 17, 2003 - 64 words
The last day for popcorn orders is approaching.
Also tagged as: scouts

Popcorn usability

September 30, 2003 - 152 words , 4 comments
My kids' ecommerce site has given them their first lesson in usability.
Also tagged as: ecommerce usability

Kiddie Commerce

September 29, 2003 - 196 words , 2 comments
My kids are selling popcorn for their Cub Scout Pack. To help them learn about business and running a Web site, I’ve set up a simple ecommerce site for them.
Also tagged as: cubscouts ecommerce taylor zachary

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