Do you need Thin Mints to get you through another long day of work with Zoom meetings? Or Tagalongs to nourish your TV night?
Girl Scouts of America takes and takes their promise of “doing a good deed daily” seriously.
So this year, the organization is partnering with DoorDash for the first time to offer zero-contact home delivery to their cookie customers.
This service – and a new treat, Adventurefuls – will help launch the NorCal Girl Scout season. Online sales will also continue, and many locations will see the return of cookie stalls outside retailers with social distancing and mask-wearing procedures in place.
“We are very excited to increase our e-commerce platforms for the benefit of cookie customers and girls,” Marina Park, CEO of Girl Scouts of Northern California, said in her season announcement. “Last year, GSNorCal hosted 10,000 girl-led online stores that helped inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs by teaching them modern business and online marketing skills.”
This year’s sales season runs from February 1 to March 27, with DoorDash service starting February 14.
Adventurefuls, a brownie-inspired cookie with caramel-flavored cream and a touch of sea salt, will join the range that includes Thin Mints, Trefoils, Samoas, Tagalongs, Do-Si-Dos, Lemon Ups, Toffee-tastic and Girl Scout S ‘more.
All cookies cost $ 6 per. box. Proceeds from outdoor sales financing and camp scout camp activities, along with other virtual and personal programs.
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