Media Stars spread the word about Girl Scout cookie time


From television to radio to newspapers and even social media, Girl Scouts of Colorado Media Stars have been working hard to spread the news about the 2017 Girl Scout Cookie Sale Program and all the amazing things girls can do because of the cookie sale.

From Grand Junction to Pueblo to Colorado Springs to Greeley and Denver, here are a few of media interviews featuring Colorado Girl Scouts.

Thursday, January 19, 2017


Lauren, Taylor, & Allison Ellington talked about the upcoming cookie sale with Chelsea Helms of KREX-TV in Grand Junction.

Thursday, January 26, 2017

2016 Top Seller Diana Loya told a reporter with the Pueblo Chieftain all about our new cookie and how excited she is to try it.

Girl Scouts from Greeley and Weld County were on the FRONT PAGE of the Greeley Tribune.

Friday, January 27, 2017










Laela Peterman of Colorado Springs stopped by KKTV, so Tony Keith and Don Ward could taste-test the new S’mores cookie.

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Troop Leader Melissa Ellenberger of Colorado Springs explained to Debbie Kelley of The Gazette what her daughter does with the money she earns from selling cookies.







Troop Leader Denine Dains and her daughter Rhianna explained to CBS4 Morning News in Denver how Girl Scouts use the money they earn from selling cookies.

Fox31 Denver and Denver Channel 7 interviewed Media Stars Anna, Katie, and Mika during our annual cookie delivery at Elitch Gardens.

Media Star Bella of Windsor told the Windsor NOW that selling cookies helped her overcome her nerves.

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Katie Ellenberger of Colorado Springs explained to KRDO-TV, KOAA-TV, and Fox21 News what Girl Scouts do with the money they earn from selling Girl Scout Cookies.

Girl Scouts in Western Colorado hosted a drive-thru cookie booth to kick off the 2017 sale. Both KKCO-TV and KREX-TV/Fox 4 were there and interviewed Girl Scouts.

Monday, January 30, 2017







Thousands of listeners tuned in to 95.7FM The Party in Denver as Media Stars Anna, Katie, and Katelyn talked about the Girl Scout Cookie Sale Program. Ross Cohen of Sweet Cow Ice Cream also joined the girls to talk about the delicious new partnership between Girl Scouts of Colorado and Sweet Cow Ice Cream.


GSCO Placement Specialist Jamie Buttermore and her daughters taste-tested the new S’mores cookie with Lauren Klenda of KREX-TV in Grand Junction.

 Girl Scout Media Stars are recruited every fall, typically in August and September. If you know a girl interested in being a Media Star, please contact Public Relations Director AnneMarie Harper.