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Cookie Booths & More

Booth Sales begin February 4, 2022

Please note this aspect of the sale will be dependent on safety regulations from the CDC, state and local officials, as well as GSUSA. Learn more.

Girl Scout Cookie Booths

Set your table up with our delicious products. Make signs showing your troop goals. Remind customers that Girl Scout Cookies make great hostess, bus driver, and teacher gifts! Wrap a few boxes together with colorful ribbon for display and watch the sales soar!

How to Participate: 

  1. Find a location in your area (Updated 1/19/22) to have your booth sale. If you are having trouble locating one, call your SU for help. Great locations include banks, supermarkets, bagel shops, and places of worship. 
  2. Confirm the date, time & location with your Service Unit Cookie Manager.
  3. Reserve your Booth Online - Product must be picked up and returned to the same Cookie Cupboard location.
  4. Have fun! Sell, sell, sell!
  5. Return any unsold product to the same cupboard no later than the Wednesday following each Booth Sale. 
  6. After the booth sale has been entered into the system (about 1 week), be sure to go back to eBudde and assign the product sold to all of the girls that attended that day.

Guidelines and Procedures: 

  • Divide the girls into shifts and should be 1-2 hours per girl. Minimum 3 girls and 3 adults; Maximum 4 girls and 6 adults.
  • COVID-19 Requirements: 
    • Girls & Adults must wear face masks, always covering nose and mouth.
    • Have hand sanitizer available.
    • Plastic gloves can be worn for additional safety.
    • Always maintain social distancing of 6 feet apart with customers and others at the location.
    • Stations need to be cleaned between shifts.
    • Encourage and promote credit card payments. Use the OCR Reader on the Digital Cookie Mobile App to accept payments that automatically transfer to the troop account in eBudde.

Resources and Guides:

Stand-A-Bout Booths

Host a Stand-A-Bout in Front Of Your Home!

For All Girl Scouts with their Troop or Family! Together, learn the five skills, earn money for your Troop & get amazing rewards and patches!

How To Participate:

  1. Make an appointment online to request product pick up from the Cookie Cupboard. You can hold products for 1 week.
  2. Have Fun and Sell, Sell, Sell! - Decorate your stand to catch the eye of your friends, family, and passersby. 
  3. Return any unsold product to the same Cookie Cupboard no later than the Wednesday following your stand-a-bout booth. To limit in-person interaction, you must pay for sold products online.
  4. Council Staff will assign/credit sold product to your Girl Scout for rewards and patches.
Drive-Thru Cookie Booths

 

Ideal locations include places of worship, a school or college parking lot, business parking lots, or an open lot or large location where you can set up a driving path.

How to Get Started:

  1. You will need prior approval from your Service Unit Cookie Manager.
  2. You will need to get permission from the owner of the property to be there. 
  3. A Certificate of Insurance must be submitted to Council: Certificate of Insurance Request Form
  4. This is considered a Troop trip and you must fill out a Troop Trip Approval Request Form.
  5. Make an appointment online to request product pick up from the Cookie Cupboard. You can hold products for 1 week.
  6. Return any unsold product to the same Cookie Cupboard no later than the Wednesday following your booth. 

Guidelines and Procedures: 

  • Locations must have adequate space for table setup and traffic flow.
  • Drive-thru Booths must not interfere with public traffic flow or interfere with neighboring business parking.
  • Drive-thru Booths cannot be held after dusk.
  • Divide the girls into shifts and should be 1-2 hours per girl. Minimum 3 girls and 3 adults; Maximum 4 girls and 6 adults.
  • COVID-19 Requirements: 
    • Girls & Adults must wear face masks, always covering nose and mouth.
    • Have hand sanitizer available.
    • Plastic gloves can be worn for additional safety.
    • Always maintain social distancing of 6 feet apart with customers and others at the location.
    • Stations need to be cleaned between shifts.
    • Encourage and promote credit card payments. Use the OCR Reader on the Digital Cookie Mobile App to accept payments that automatically transfer to the troop account in eBudde.

Resources and Guides:

 
DoorDash x Girl Scout Cookies
DoorDash-Cookies
For Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors & Ambassadors

This year, Girl Scouts has partnered with DoorDash! We are excited to invite Girl Scouts/Troops to learn about the delivery service experience and show you a window into another part of doing business.  This program will be available from the Commack Office or Camp Edey:

  • Thursdays, 3-6 PM
  • Friday, 3-5 PM 
  • Saturday, 9 AM - 1 PM 

Sign up for a pre-determined time slot and location. Up to 3 girls and 1 adult volunteer per time slot. This is first-come, first-served.

SIGN UP NOW

The delivery service stations will be set up when you arrive, along with the Girl Scout Cookies. (No need to reserve a booth) You will be given paper bags to pack the order as well as paper and markers to create thank you cards to put in the bags if you wish. 

View Troop Resources to Learn More (PDF)

Booth Rewards (Updates 2/14)
Host a booth and sell 170+ boxes to earn the Booth Sale Patch.
Special Booth Sale Weekends

Host a booth sale during these weekends, sell 170+ boxes, and earn these special patches. 

February 4-6
Froze Your Cookies Off Weekend
February 18-20
National Cookie Weekend
March 18-20
Koalified Cookie Seller Weekend
April 22-24
Top Koality Cookie Weekend
Leader Booth Incentives 

Incentives will be given out at the end of the season in May. You will be contacted directly as to when the incentives are ready to be picked up.

Host 1 Cookie Booth (170+ Boxes Sold), receive 2 Volunteer Patches per Troop. Host 3 Cookie Booths (510+ Boxes Sold), receive 2 Hip Pouches per Troop.
Host 5 Cookie Booths (850+ Boxes Sold), receive 2 Rain Ponchos per Troop.  
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More information coming soon! Once the weather gets warmer, Girl Scouts can start Walk About Sales, where they can bring Girl Scout Cookies to customers. 

They’re the perfect way to hone her sales pitch! With door-to-door sales, Girl Scouts can stay local and sell in their neighborhoods—and use door hangers and business cards for customers who aren’t home. They’ll also grow their people skills by meeting new neighbors (with the necessary adult supervision, of course)