Fundraising


Ethan_Fundraiser.jpgBATTLE RATTLZ™ and FAN FINGERS™ for FUNDRAISING
If you run an organization or league that needs to raise funds annually, but needs to be more creative, then look to Battle Rattlz™ and Fan Fingers™ for that creative jolt you need. These great noise makers are perfect for cheer teams, football teams, basketball teams, baseball teams, soccer teams and so much more. Plus it's an easy sell, put them in your snack stand and let the fans snap them up when they'r buying a hot dog and a drink. Battle Rattlz™ and Fan Fingers™ can be labeled with your team or organization name on them so that people know who you proudly support and the players and cheerleaders know you're there to help them RALLY the team!

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Join Slick Stuff at SMMEX Stand 205 this February 15 and 16, 2016 at Wembley Stadium! We'll be making more noise and having more fun at this show!

Get your Battle Rattle at the Fan Zones on Mile 12 and 26 of the Bank of America Chicago Marathon on October 11, 2015

Enjoy Fat Tuesday and Mardi Gras even more...beads are fun, but Battle Rattlz and Fan Fingers make any celebration more fun and let you put your brand into every celebrant's hands!

Battle Rattlz and Fan Fingers are the great way to show you and your team are part of fighting for the cure louder! Both of these terrific new noise makers fit on your hands easily and Battle Rattlz even fit on your shoes!

Man the Fan Fingers and Battle Rattlz are cool! Taking them up my family's New Year's Eve Party, we're gonna wake everyone up!

- Scott B.

I'm glad to have found you all. We live in Tulsa - and everyone loved the ones you did for TTCU, so I will be offering them up to our other clients for future events.

- Becky C.

Well I took those noisemakers to my brother's on Thanksgiving and the kids loved them. In fact my nephew, handles the t-shirts etc for his university student store.
He is interested in talking with you about getting the school logo on them and promoting on campus.

- Nancy P.