The selling season, which runs January 13 through March 4, will bring cookie lovers classic flavors like Thin Mints, Samoas and Do-Si-Dos, as well as the return of the S'mores cookie, which was introduced past year.
"We did it for the first time previous year during the Cookie Program and it was pretty successful". Are you insane about Caramel deLites? "So with Baxter's help we chose to do it again this year", explained Peterson.
One hundred percent of the revenue from cookie sales stays in Nebraska.
"The Cookie program lets girls show the world their entrepreneurial spirit as key members of the world's largest girl-led business", said Keenan Ruff, Director of Product Program for Girl Scouts Louisiana East. "They're not required to buy cookies but they have to find a girl scout at a booth or through the council to get the code".
The program will let those who are purchasing Girl Scouts from a local troop donate part (or all) of their purchase to the first responders - firefighters, paramedics and police officers - who supported those in the Houston community during the hurricane's devastating rainfall and flooding. "They use it to fund their activities". "These substances go by the street names of Carmel deLites, Thin Mints, Peanut Butter Patties, Thanks-A-Lot, Peanut Butter Sandwich, Shortbread and S'mores".
Cookies will be sold from February 2nd to March 4th.