Girl Scouts from coast to coast are gearing up to celebrate National Girl Scout Cookie Day on February 8, 2013.“We are so excited to tell the story of the Girl Scout Cookie Program—the largest entrepreneurial program for girls in the world,” said Anna Maria Chávez, Chief Executive Officer of the Girl Scouts of the USA.Girl Scouts of the USA has declared February 8 the first ever national day of celebration.
• The Girl Scout Cookie Program is the largest girl-led business in the world, generating $790 million in annual sales.• Girls sell over 200 million cookie packages a year to more than 50 million cookie customers nationwide.• America’s favorite Girl Scout Cookies:Thin Mints 25%Samoas 19%Tagalongs 13%Do-si-Dos 11%Trefoils 9%
Call 1-888-9-Thin Mint to be connected to a local troop selling cookies.Download the Cookie Locator app on an iPhone or Android to find the nearest Girl Scout Cookie booth.Tell us on Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram why you'd recommend buying #onemorebox. Post your favorite Girl Scout Cookie on Facebook, or tell us on YouTube which of the 5 skills most relates to your success!
The Cookies and Milk Break is a great opportunity to assist girls in meeting their program goals for the Girl Scout Cookie Sale.
Employers from small businesses to large corporations may sponsor a Cookies and Milk Break as a way to say thank you to their employees and to show support for the Girl Scouts.
The cookies served to the employees are purchased from, and served by, local Girl Scouts. The girls will also have a cookie booth set up with additional cookies available to purchase.
Click here to download the form to reserve your Cookies & Milk Break between March 1 - 17, 2013.
Help us complete the Girl Scout Cookie Story Book The skills a girl develops in the Girl Scout Cookie Program empower her to do amazing things. She learns that by putting her mind and energies into something, she can overcome any challenge. With their Girl Scout Cookie Program earnings, girls fund important community projects at the local level.We are collecting inspiring and fun stories to launch our Girl Scout Cookie Story Book. Please ask girls and troops to submit their story, goals and achievements, pictures or videos, and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org before February 8, and help us fill up our story book!