Love Samoas or Thin Mints? You’ll have some extra time to buy your favorite classic cookie in 2021.
Girl Scouts of Colorado is extending its cookie program through March 21.
Citing the challenges of running a business during a pandemic, the organization wants to give scouts extra time to achieve their goals.
“We all know the challenges of operating a business during a pandemic, and I’ve been thrilled to see the innovative and creative ways Girl Scouts have met that challenge and run their cookie businesses safely,” Leanna Clark, the CEO of Girl Scouts of Colorado said in a release. “We decided we should make a change too and allow Girl Scouts and troops more time to deliver that comforting taste of ‘normal’ to their customers this year. Support a Girl Scout or troop near you while they learn about entrepreneurship and make a difference with every box.”
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Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Trefoils, Dos-si-Dos and Lemon-Ups are $4 per package. S’mores and gluten-free Toffee-tastic are $5 per box.
If you’re craving Samoas, they shouldn’t be hard to find: There are about 30,000 people involved with the Girl Scouts in Colorado, 20,000 of which are scouts.
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