The Cookie Rally will go on, regardless of the weather.
Girl Scouts will learn selling techniques to make this their best sale ever!
Cookie corn hole games, elevator pitch prep, and posing for pictures in a pink limo are just some of the fun activities girls will participate in this Sunday, January 5, from Noon until 4 p.m., to build excitement and skills leading up to the annual cookie sale, which begins Monday, January 6.
More than 1,100 Girl Scouts and troop leaders will participate in activities such as these:
Take the virtual tour of the official Girl Scout Cookie bakery provided by Little Brownie Bakers
See our rewards fashion show
Check out the pink limo (top cookie sellers may earn a ride in the pink limo and lunch with Girl Scout CEO Jane Christyson
Crafts & more
Troops earn approximately .64 cents for each package sold, and the money girls earn supports their chosen activities, including campouts, fun and educational trips, and community service projects that benefit the communities where Girl Scouts live.
Last year, 22,489 Girl Scouts in northeast Ohio participated in the Cookie Program, selling nearly three million packages through pre-orders and cookie booths. And 37,525 boxes were sold through Operation: Sweet Appreciation and sent to members of the military overseas.
The Girl Scout Cookie sale is a financial literacy program that teaches girls five important skills: Goal setting, decision making, people skills, money management, and business ethics.