Published: Sat, February 04, 2017
USA | By Yvette Dunn

Girl Scouts launch cookie season by offering a sweet prize

Girl Scouts launch cookie season by offering a sweet prize

"It is a bleak, flavorless gluten-free wasteland", Charlotte wrote. Charlotte McCourt, 11, of South Orange, is a fierce cookie critic.

Girl Scout have grabbed their wagons, AKA "cookie mobiles", and began heading door-to-door selling their famous cookies to friends and family.

Charlotte, a New Jersey sixth-grader, was dismayed that only two of the boxes she had sold were marked to be donated to USA military troops, so her father suggested she write a letter to a wealthy family friend who might be willing to donate a bunch.

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"I played it by ear and I just kept typing until I thought the letter was good", Charlotte tells ABC News. He read her email out loud and the video attracted over 8 million views.

Trefoils: "This is a plain peanut butter cookie that pairs nicely with a hot drink". She'll talk up Do-si-dos, the oatmeal sandwich cookies filled with peanut butter.

On the Somoa, "wow, the Somoa, I give it a nine!" For example, if the inventory of chocolaty, uber-popular Thin Mints runs out, Sophia doesn't pass up the opportunity to make a sale. If you don't see a Girl scout to buy your cookies it's easy to find a sale near you...visit and enter your zip code or call 1.800.236.2710 and we'll connect you with a troop near you.

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