If you know a Girl Scout, you can support her sales directly on her personal cookie page.
At the start of the cookie season, girls are given a link in which they can activate to sell cookies.
The Digital Cookie® platform helps girls superpower their cookie sales as they go beyond the booth with mobile and online channels. They will learn marketing tips, play games, and have access to a number of marketing tools to help them reach their cookie goals!
As of January 3, troops of smiling Girl Scouts near you may be selling the confections, the organization confirmed in a press release. Girls and their troops use their cookie proceeds for community service projects; leadership development; camping and outdoor experiences; Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs; and so much more.
The beginning of this year ushers in the next century of Girl Scouts selling cookies. Some troops will also have Trios, a gluten-free cookie. "After the initial orders comes in, the cookies are available the twenty-first of February". There will be Thin Mints, which I think will never be unseated as the most popular cookie.
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While learning practical skills by creating business cards and resumes, girls at the rally also made crafts, designed cookie boxes, swam and danced. "She plans to do the same this year, hopefully with more boxes". "One of my favorite parts of selling cookies is hanging out with my best friend". Melanie says she's particularly looking forward to attending Camp Cleawox on the Oregon Coast south of Florence, where she hopes to see a sea anemone or a starfish.
In fact, the top two sales girls from a year ago both had an online presence.
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