Non-Profit Fundraising

Fireworks Fundraising

Managing a Fireworks Stand or Fireworks Megastore is the Perfect Way for Your Organization to Make Money!

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How It Works

Your group operates the fireworks stand and sells the fireworks on consignment. You take a significant percentage of the money from the fireworks sold and return the unsold merchandise back to our company for full credit.

How Much Money Can You Earn

The average first-time stand operator makes $2,000-$5,000 or more, but this can be much more depending upon the location and management of the stand. Experienced operators who graduate to larger stands can earn much more! When operating a Fireworks Megastore, a non-profit can make $10,000 to $25,000 or more per year, some of which is guaranteed.

What Alamo Provides

Alamo provides a complete turnkey operation including:

What You Provide

Frequently Asked Questions

Alamo vs. Competition (“Mr. X”)

Many factors make Alamo the best choice to run a fireworks stand versus the competition (“Mr. X”):

  Alamo Fireworks Mr. "X"
Full Commission for First-Time Operators Yes, Alamo offers 20% comission to every stand operator.                          No
Best Locations Only puts out high-volume stands.             Puts too many stands out, so operators compete against other Mr. X stands.  Only Mr. X wins and you lose.
High Quality Facilities Yes No, many Mr. X stands are falling apart.
Lowest Prices for Customer Yes, meaning Alamo gets most traffic and more $ for your group.            No.
High Quality Newspaper     Advertising                                           Yes, Alamo invests more on advertising than others.               No.


Still more questions or want more detail?

- View our complete Stand Manager's Guide in PDF by clicking here.
- View our handout showing How to Stock a Fireworks Stand Page 1 (1.4mb) and How to Stock a Fireworks Stand Page 2 (1.6mb)
(Of course, things are a bit different for our Megastore operation, but generally very similar in terms of basic merchandising, money management, and so on.)