Earn your club $1,000 for taste testing beef and lamb with Tastepoint!
Sports clubs have taken a huge hit to revenue and fundraising over the past 12 months and chances are, your club is one of them. Sports Community has presented an offer for your sports club that almost seems too good to be true!
How would your sports club, (and extended friends + family) like to taste Aussie beef and lamb, and be given a $1,000 cheque that goes straight to your sports club?
Tastepoint Pty Ltd. is a market research company, needing taste-testers for some of Australia’s best beef and lamb!
Tastepoint provides the Meat and Livestock of Australia with data from meat tasting of only Australian beef and lamb samples. This is what constitutes the Meat Standards of Australia (MSA) grading for Australian meats sold in Australia, and contributes to improving the quality of Australian meat!
How does the program run?
The research is conducted involving three groups of twenty people over 18 years old (60 people in total required, with a few extras), each group attending for 1 hour at a time, to test and grade seven small cooked meat samples. We adhere to all current restriction requirements.
How can your club get involved?
We ask that you invite a total of 70 people, as our experience tells us there are usually unexpected no-shows. It is crucial that we have 20 participants in each of the three sessions.
All participants must:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Eat red meat at least once a fortnight
- Enjoy meat cooked medium rare to medium well done
- Open only to Victorian and Queensland clubs
Participants are not restricted to club members, anyone can get involved in this research, so long as they meet the requirements above. Bring your family, friends, co-workers, neighbours, or whoever else to make up the 65-70 people!
Your nominated sports club will receive a cheque for $1,000 after completing the taste-testing! How’s that for easy fundraising!
*Please note that Tastepoint has had to alter the layout and seating of its 2020 tasting events, due to current restriction requirements.