Below, take a look at some of the smartest ways in which Girl Scouts have racked up cookie sales.
Most people don’t need much convincing to get their hands on a box of their favorite Girl Scout cookies, but that hasn’t stopped some ambitious troop members from coming up with clever ways to sell the treats.
And Beth Hagovsky, the director of Student Leadership and Activities at St. John’s University, used her position on campus to help her daughter sell cookies.
Kiki Paschall, 10, from California, looked to market her Girl Scout cookies by filming a video in which she rapped about selling cookies to the tune of Cardi B’s “Money.”
While Elina is technically not a Girl Scout, but rather a Canadian Girl Guide, her father said he was inspired by Girl Scouts in California who had employed similar tactics to sell their cookies.
The Girl Scouts of Colorado shared Holmberg’s marketing strategy on its Facebook and Instagram pages on February 13 and she went viral shortly after. The story gained so much traction, in fact, that Momoa himself fielded some questions about it on the red carpet prior to the 2019 Oscars.
It’s Girl Scout cookie season, which means Trefoils, Thin Mints, Samoas, and Do-si-dos are all the rage right now.
When Chris Rock hosted the 88th annual Academy Awards in 2016, he allowed his daughters’ Girl Scout troop to sell cookies during the show.
Elina Childs sold out of her cookie supply in under an hour, when she and her father Seann based their cookie stall outside a marijuana store. Elina sold 30 boxes of cookies at $5 apiece, making $120 in just 45 minutes.
Most people don't need much convincing to buy a box of their favorite cookies, but some Girl Scouts still pull out all the stops to maximize sales.
Step 6: Go big
Why sell individual boxes when you can sell whole cases at once? Talk to local business owners about buying cookies in bulk to use as employee incentives or customer gifts.
Step 2: Make nice
When approaching potential buyers, introduce yourself, make eye contact, and smile. Ask about their cookie preferences, and suggest other varieties they might enjoy. Don’t forget to wear your uniform proudly.
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Step 3: Location, location, location
Hawk your wares in high-traffic areas like schools, shopping centers, festivals, retirement communities, and offices. Be sure to get permission from whoever’s in charge before claiming your turf.
Teamwork’s great, but don’t let anyone horn in on your core customer base.
Since many people have food allergies, find out which cookies contain nuts, gluten, dairy products, and other common allergens.
Step 1: Know your product
Get familiar with the different types of cookies—their names, flavors, and basic ingredients. Try them for yourself so you know what each one tastes like, and be sure to bone up on newly released varieties.
Step 7: Get a gimmick
Work with your troop to coin cool slogans, create posters using them, and even compose cookie jingles to sing while you sell.
Always have a parent or guardian present, only go door-to-door during the day, and never enter a stranger’s house or car.
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