Is Your Camp Store Just Something Else To Do?It doesn't have to be. Partner with us at Jolly Quill. We do the work, you reap the benefits.
Let’s face it. What would you rather be doing? Finding new ways to improve your camp? Designing new programs? Working with your staff to design the marketing programs that will drive more sign-ups?
Or would you rather spend hours on the phone working with multiple vendors to order the tee-shirts you need, get the cups, mugs, puzzles, and other promotional materials in house that helps drive your brand?
At Jolly Quill, we think we have a better idea.
What if there was a way to have a branded site, in your colors, with your logos and pictures, with products your campers need and will love, and you really didn’t have to do much of the work.
In fact, we’ll do most of the work. We ask you to help us market the store, but we’ll do all the fulfillment, the ordering, the shipping, the billing, everything.
And, what if it didn’t cost anything, didn’t require any contracts, and was cancelable with a reasonable notice period?
What’s the fine print, you might ask? That’s the best part. There is no fine print.
At Jolly Quill we are all about developing relationships, we want to partner with you. Should we decide to build a camp store site together, we do ask for your verbal commitment to stay with it until the end of the camp year, but that’s not set in stone.
But if it works … if you and your campers love it, we hope you will stay with us for many years.
So reach out. Let us know your thoughts. Let’s make this happen.
The Jolly Quill Team
Ross has been in the marketing field for 30 years and has lived and worked in the recreational education world vicariously through his daughter for the last six.
He is a self-starter and has owned and operated many successful small businesses on his own for the last several years.
He is the father of 3 kids, and proud grandfather of a beautiful granddaughter and one grand-dog.
Camp Name: Roscoe
Favorite Food: Fried Chicken
Mattie stumbled into the recreational educational field by happy accident six years ago, and has been in it ever since. She has filled the role of counselor, program director, camp director and now promotional marketing director.
Her favorite part of camp is the evening activities, because she loves to see a wild story come to life with the help of a little camp magic.
She loves to explore the outdoors by hiking, kayaking, camping and is always down for the next great adventure.
Camp Name(s): Dug/ Taco
Favorite Food: Tacos of course!
Millie has been in the furry friend field for the last 10 years. She is very big on distant affection (kisses are strictly forbidden) and is always up for taking a nap in your bed.
Millie loves anyone and everyone, but especially those who will give her food.
She is a Jack-of-all-Trades, but has particularly mastered the art of puppy dog eyes to get what she wants.
Camp Name: Moose
Favorite Food: Anything but Kibble