The "Goodie Box"

a fundraiser supporting educational programs

Each year one lucky winner receives the "Goodie Box" and all it's contents. 

2021 Goodie Box

Tickets go on sale at the Summer Show June 26 & 27.  They will also be sold at the Winter Show (December 4 & 5) and at the Grove Park Arts and Crafts Convention in Asheville, NC in February.  They drawing for the winner will take place at the Grove Park Convention.

2021 Artist & Donations to the Goodie Box

Must be 18 or older to purchase tickets

Fill in the number of tickets you are purchasing, cut them out and mail with a check made out the Roycrofters-at-Large,
1054 Olean Rd., East Aurora, NY 14052
Tickets are 1 for $5.00 or 3 for $10
We are still assembling the group of items for this years Goddie Box.
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Elbert Hubbard’s early attempts to develop personal connections with and entice customers began while he was a salesperson for the Larkin Company. The “Goodie Box” was a comparable promotional sales strategy to the Larkin Company’s “$10 Combination Box” and was offered as a premium to customers. Even the slogan used to advertise it, “From Farm to Family”, echoes the Larkin Company’s “Factory to Family” motto. The Roycrofters’ “Goodie Box”, a wooden trunk filled with sausage, nuts, honey, home-made pecan patties and other wholesome foodstuffs from the Roycroft farms, was originally made of gumwood and copper and measured 9 ½ x 23 x 12 ½ inches.  The Roycroft Orb was carved on the top and for an extra fee a persons name would be added and sent as a gift to the person.