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Across the nation, county and state fairs and rodeos are publishing custom cookbooks to generate revenue or raise funds for special projects. It's a fun way to unite fair participants, patrons, and community members when you include their recipes. Fair cookbooks make great souvenirs that can profile prize winning recipes and state agriculture. Generate funds, preserve history, rekindle memories, and encourage visitors to come back. No other promotional item can do that!
Let's Get Cooking!
Making a rodeo cookbook is easy. Unlike other cookbook publishers, our 86 years of expertise as a cookbook printer and No-Risk Guarantee will ensure your fair cookbook is a huge success! A few reasons why rodeo or fair cookbooks are so successful include:
Promote your fair or commemorate an anniversary.
Preserve recipes, traditions, history, stories, and photos for a lifetime.
Provide visitors with a fun souvenir that will be used time and again.
Fair cookbooks sell for 2–4 times their cost so you can easily raise $500–$50,000.
Keep profits or raise funds for scholarships or other worthy causes.
Making a Cookbook is Easy!
Learning how to publish a cookbook is a piece of cake with our 8 easy steps. Your rodeo fundraising cookbooks will capture the spirit of your event.
With Morris Press Cookbooks, publishing rodeo cookbooks is fun and easy. Friendly cookbook publishing consultants are always ready to assist you. Our goals are simple: to make publishing a fair fundraising cookbook fun, rewarding, and highly profitable.
"The cookbook was created with the help of directors, staff, and fair participants and supporters, as another means of raising scholarship funds. It was an exciting process as so many people contributed their "Grand Champion" recipes."
Susan Sillavan Fort Bend County Fair & Rodeo Rosenberg, TX [Sales were $15,260]