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I 💚 Fall Product Program: Lexi from Dillon

Girl Scouts of Colorado’s 2020 Fall Product Program is now underway, and there’s still plenty of time for you to get started! Fall Product Program is a great way for troops (both new and existing) to earn proceeds to use for Girl Scout activities throughout the year or to get one step closer to reaching their next goal. All troops receive 13% of their magazine orders as troop proceeds, plus $1/per item for nuts and chocolates sold.

GSCO Media Star and Girl Scout Lexi  from Dillon told us what she likes about this program:

How many years have you participated in Fall Product Program?

I have participated in the Fall Product Program for three years now. 

Do you like creating an avatar that looks like you? Do you record a message too?

I like creating an avatar that looks like me. It gives it a little bit more of a personal touch. I do not record a voice message. 

What do you like about having an online storefront? Is it easy to connect with family, friends and other customers? Is it fun to use?

I like having an online storefront because it allows me to reach my family and friends that don’t live near me. It is fun to use because I can track my sales. 

What tips for success would you share with girls who are participating for the first time?

If you are participating for the first time, try to get started right away and ask friends and family and teachers if they would like to support you.

What nut or candy item (s) do your customers like best?

My customers like the Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels, Pecan Supremes, and Mint Trefoils Vintage Compass Tin the most. 

What has your troop done with Fall Product Program troop proceeds that you’ve earned?

My troop has used the Fall Product Program proceeds to go on fun trips, such as the trip we took to Glenwood Caverns and hot springs. 

What’s the coolest reward that you have earned?

The coolest reward I have earned would be the 100th anniversary blanket. 

Thank you, Lexi, for sharing your experience and tips with other Girl Scouts!

Want to participate? You’ll find the M2OS log-in instructions and set-up instructions, family guides, and an order card that shows all girl rewards are on the Fall Product Program page of the GSCO website. Parents/caregivers can also watch the How to Get Started in M2OS – For Families video and learn how to help their Girl Scout.

Need more information? Go to the Fall Product Program page on our website: https://www.girlscoutsofcolorado.org/en/cookies/fall-product-program.html and check out the Fall Product Program weekly update videos posted to the GSCO Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Questions about Fall Product Program or need assistance? We are here to support you! Contact GSCO customer care at 1-877-404-5708 or email inquiry@gscolorado.org.

We want to hear how your girl is using her Girl Scout skills by taking initiative, caring for the community, and Girl Scouting at home. She can send in her story here.

Random acts of cookie kindness


Submitted by Shaylah & Tallie N.

Mountain Communities


On Feb. 28, 2017, we saw a man asking for help to drive his family across the country. Little did he know, Shaylah and Tallie have been on the lookout to give away Girl Scout Cookies that Grandpa Arnie donated with instructions to give away to people in need. So, we stopped and let him pick out some cookies. As we were driving away, Tallie said she wanted to help him some more by giving her tooth fairy money to him! So, we drove home and brought it back to him. I am so proud of them!

This story was submitted using the Share Your Stories form. You can share your Girl Scout moments too.

Daisies learn about ‘respecting authority’


Submitted by Jennifer Gillespie


Mountain Communities

Part of the Girl Scout Law is to respect authority. Our Daisy Troop 50262 got a visit from three local heroes to help drive the point home! Our local Police Dept and a local Firefighter made it an exciting meeting for the girls, packed with fun and lots of learning!

This story was submitted using the Share Your Stories form. You can share your Girl Scout moments too.