Tag Archives: GSCO Media Stars

Media Stars go behind-the-scenes at WeatherNation

GSCO Media Stars recently got a special opportunity to go behind-the-scenes at WeatherNation in Centennial. Girl Scouts were the special guests of Meredith Garofalo, Girl Scout alum and meteorologist for the network.  During the tour, girls had the opportunity to do their own weather forecast on the green screen, watch a live weather cast, and see how weather casts are put together for television stations around the United States and in the Caribbean. After the tour, Meredith answered questions about her Girl Scout experience, how she got started in meteorology, how she has overcome obstacles in her personal life and career, and how Girl Scouts helped her become the G.I.R.L. she is today.

You can learn more about Meredith on the GSCO Blog, as she was recently featured as part of our Colorado G.I.R.L. campaign: http://gscoblog.org/colorado-g-i-r-l-meredith-garofalo/ 

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 word about the 2018 Girl Scout Cookie Program and all the amazing things girls do with their cookie money.

From Grand Junction to Colorado Springs to Greeley and Denver, here are a few media interviews featuring our Media Stars.

Jan. 28, 2018

Girl Scout Junior Olivia A. and Sandra “Pebbles” Allen, Assistant Camp Director at Sky High Ranch, told Drew Smith of Cumulus Colorado Pulse how Girl Scout Cookies help Girl Scouts fund their fun at Girl Scout Camp and that registration for Girl Scout Camp is now underway.

Feb. 2, 2018

Girl Scout Junior Bella K. of Windsor and her mom/troop leader, Amanda K., joined CBS4 This Morning in Denver to talk about the Girl Scout Cookie Program and where the money goes.

Girl Scout Gold Award candidate Cassidy C. of Highlands Ranch talked with Denver7 about the important life lessons she has learned from selling Girl Scout Cookies.

Girl Scouts (and sisters) Taylor and Lauren, along with GSCO Volunteer Support Specialist Allison Ellington, told Chelsea Helms of KREX-TV in Grand Junction what they have learned from the Girl Scout Cookie Program.

Feb. 3, 2018

Girl Scouts (and sisters) Tessa and Diana told CBS4 in Denver what they have learned from the Girl Scout Cookie Program.

Feb. 4, 2018

Girl Scouts Laela and Layla told Fox21 News in Colorado Springs that selling Girl Scout Cookies taught them how to talk to adults.

Girl Scout Brownie Troop 17104 kicked of the 2018 Girl Scout Cookie Program with a My Sale at Discovery Auto in Grand Junction.

Feb. 6, 2018

Girl Scouts Addison, Chloe, and Charlotte set up at cookie booth at 9News in Denver and talked with Corey Rose and Gary Shapiro about their favorite cookie.

Feb. 7, 2018

Girl Scout Junior Bella K. of Windsor allowed a reporter with the Greeley Tribune to “walk along” as she sold Girl Scout Cookies door-to-door on Super Bowl Sunday.

Feb. 8, 2018

Faith, along with Girl Scouts of Colorado Team Lead Cindi Graves, talked about the Girl Scout Cookie Program with Jay Greene of KKCO-TV in Grand Junction.


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.