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.

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
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Fresh

This years Goodie Box Table was designed and built by Brian Brace of Brian Brace Fine Furniture Maker
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WHAT WAS THE ORIGINAL GOODIE BOX

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filled with sausage, nuts, honey, home-made pecan patties and other wholesome foodstuffs from the Roycroft farms, was originally made of gumwood and copper and measured 9 ½ x 23 x 12 ½ inches.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.