First day of sales off to a sweet start
Cookie deliveries around the state last week went smoothly. Girl Scouts hit the streets for door-to-door sales and My Sales booths on Sunday and are reporting sweet success for the first day!
Cookie Cupboards open on Thursday
Cookie Cupboards open up on Feb. 2 for troops needing to restock their inventory. Please be mindful that many cupboards are managed by volunteers. Be sure to check the dates and hours of operations in eBudde.
S’mores limit of 2 cases per Cupboard transaction
Customers are really excited about the new Girl Scout S’mores Cookie, but please remember that this is a limited edition speciality cookie. To ensure everyone gets a chance to sell these great cookies, we’re limiting troops to no more than two cases of S’mores per trip to the Cookie Cupboard.
Council booth sales open Feb. 10
Council booth selections have been made and additional sites are still available in eBudde. Council booth sales are Feb. 10 – March 12. If your girls have planned My Sales booth sites make sure they’ve been approved by the Service Unit Cookie Manager at least 48 hours prior to the sale. My Sales booths, door-to-door, and digital sales run through March 12.
Don’t forget Digital Cookie
Digital Cookie is an easy way to add to your sales. Girls can add a video or photo and share their Digital Order Card link with friends and family, even those living out of state.
- Girl Scouts can sell their cookies in any part of the state and customers are welcome to buy from any girl they choose. Please remember the Girl Scout Law and “be a sister to every Girl Scout” you encounter while selling!
- Girl Scouts are welcome to market that they are selling cookies on social media sites. They are allowed to post their Digital Cookie link on social media sites where only friends and family – not the general public – can see it. Girls should not post about their participation in Digital Cookie on websites such as Twitter, eBay, Craigslist, or any other website where the posts can be viewed by the public. The personal emails or street addresses of girls should never be used. Instead use an adult’s account, or a group account that is managed by an adult.
- All individual Girl Scouts (girls not in a troop) must deposit any cookie money to GSCO’s Juliette CoBiz account. The Product Sales Team can provide Juliette parents/guardians with deposit forms.
100th Anniversary Specialty Patch
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts selling cookies and 100 years of Girl Scouting in Colorado with this cool patch! Colorado Girl Scouts can earn it by selling 50 packages of Girl Scout Cookies door-to-door by the end of the first full weekend of the sale (Feb. 6, 2017). Any Girl Scout who does will receive a free, special-order fun patch after completing this online form. Be sure to include your goals, Hometown Hero, and troop number, along with a fun pic of you and your troop! The deadline to complete the form is Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017.