Baseball fundraising lollipops are one of the best baseball fundraisers available.
These lollipops are shaped like baseballs and baseball gloves and sell for only $.50 each. They come in cases that have 8 packages of 80 lollipops for a total of 640 baseball suckers.
The minimum order is only 1 case and shipping is FREE.
They are best sellers at concession stands and at baseball games. You can even sell them during practice and pep rallies.
If you are raising money for a baseball team make it the easy way selling baseball lollipops.
HIGH PROFITS - You will make 50% profit on each lollipop sold.
1 CASE MINIMUM
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