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For Cookie Sellers

There's so much more to Girl Scout Cookies than what’s in the box—there’s the magic that is you!

When you sell Girl Scout Cookies, you're doing more than helping your customers stock up on delicious treats (and having lots of fun). You have a goal in mind: to power life-changing programs, experiences, and learning for yourself and your troop all year long. Because no matter what obstacles may come your way, we know that you’ll face them with resiliency and creativity—it’s the Girl Scout way!

When you participate in the Girl Scout Cookie Program, you’re part of something even bigger than you, your troop, and all the amazing girls nationwide that sell too; you’re part of the largest girl-led entrepreneurial program in the world! Having the opportunity to run your very own cookie business gives you skills essential for success today and in the future.

   Goal Setting

   Decision Making

   Money Management 

   People Skills

   Business Ethics 

You even get to bring meaningful moments of joy to all your customers with every box of delicious treats you sell! How special is that? Very—especially in challenging times like these.

Need help getting started? Check out all the resources that make it easy to sell more cookies this year than you ever thought possible!

Top 10 Cookie Entrepreneurs
Girl Grade Boxes Sold SU & Troop

Lorelei T.



Hampton Service Unit, Troop 1026

Maureen K.



Lynnhaven Shores Service Unit, Troop 359

Jasmine B.



Williamsburg Service Unit, Troop 1413

Abigael S.



Kempsville Service Unit, Troop 235

Caitlyn V.



York/Poquoson Service Unit, Troop 1659

Alexa R.



Southern Chesapeake Service Unit, Troop 287

Sophia H.



Norfolk Service Unit, Individually Registered Girl

Alaina S.



Town Shores Service Unit, Troop 94

Delilah S.



Town Shores Service Unit, Troop 94

Lexie B.



Williamsburg Service Unit, Individually Registered Girl

Show Your Cookie Flair Contest

Thanks to everyone who took part in the contest, and congratulations to these girls!

Week 1 Winners:

  • Troop 103-SU 230, Chloe & Ellanie
  • Troop 557-SU 210, Alani & Olivia
  • Troop 455-SU 240, Casey & McKenzie

Week 2 Winners:

  • IRM-SU 340, Lilly
  • Troop 94-SU 240, Evelyn & McKinley
  • Troop 3621-SU 120, Avyanna & Abigail

Week 3 Winners:

  • Troop 93-SU 230, Isabelle, Zoe & Isabella
  • Troop 94-SU 240, Evelyn & Margo
  • Troop 541-SU 250, Vivian, Julia, Campbell & Julia

Week 4 Winners:

  • Troop 103-SU 230, Blake, Kimi & Chloe
  • Troop 1307-SU 150, Bailey
  • Troop 1325-SU 150, Addison & Isabella

Week 5 Winners:

  • Troop 10-SU 340, Reese & Quinn
  • Troop 1607-SU 430, Joely
  • Troop 1027-SU 120, Lindsay & Erynn

Grand Prize Winners: Troop 93-SU230, Isabelle, Zoe & Isabella! Congratulations!

Cookie Entrepreneur Family Pin

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Have a parent or troop leader submit it today for a chance to see your story featured in our "Think Outside the Cookie Box" gallery, on the Girl Scout Blog, social media, and more!