Spring Product Sale
The spring sale is held to help Scouts earn money to help pay for Day Camp, Cub Resident Camp, Scouts BSA Summer Camp, and High Adventure trips. This year, the Northern Lights Council is partnering with World's Finest Chocolate!
Placing an Order for your Unit
Units that need extra product can still place an order.
To place an order, please follow the directions carefully:
You will receive a confirmation email so you know the council has received your order.
4/12/20 - Update on Spring Product Sale
We understand that with schools currently closed and people staying home, Scouts may not sell many candy bars at first. Over time, society will return to normal and sales will pick up.
Even though the council has already had to pay the candy company for the product received, units will be given until June 30, 2020 to pay the council. If units can pay before that deadline, the council would greatly appreciate it.
The good thing about chocolate bars is that they have a fairly long shelf life. If the candy is kept in a cool location, Scouts will be able to sell the product when life returns to normal.
When is the Product Received by the Unit?
The district executive for your area will contact the unit coordinator to arrange pick up of the product. Some extra product will be available for units that sell everything they received and need more. Contact Darin Steindl at (701) 499-0646 if your unit needs extra product.
Scouts Can Earn Their Way To Camp
Each bar sells for $1.00. With 60 bars per box, the total resale will be $60 with each Scout earning $15.00 for each box sold.
To attend Cub Scout Day Camp for free:
To attend Cub Scout Resident Camp for free:
To attend Scouts BSA Summer Camp for free:
What's in the Box:
18 - Caramel Bars
12 - Almond Bars
12 - W.F. Crisp Bars
6 - Milk Chocolate Bars
6 - Dark Chocolate Bars
6 - Wafer Bars
What Scouts can do now to sell
With people spending more time at home, they will also be spending more time on social media. We encourage Scouts to create a short video explaining that they are selling candy bars to help them go to camp. They can take orders now and deliver in the future when conditions permit.
Parents can bring a box to work and help their Scout by selling to co-workers.
As conditions improve and people get back to their normal routines, we encourage Scouts to have a plan on how they will sell - storefronts, church, in their neighborhood, etc.
Tips for a Successful Sale