Are You Ready for Girl Scout Cookies?

National Girl Scout Cookie Day is February 8, 2013! Are you ready? Girl Scouts tell you how to help them become leaders just buy purchasing your favorites! Watch the video!

National Girl Scout Cookie Day is February 8, 2013! It is also the kick-off of Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan's (GSSEM) annual cookie sale. The sale will launch at the Motown Winter Blast in downtown Detroit with the debut of GSSEM's Cookie Van, and continue through March 17, 2013. GSSEM Girl Scouts will sell Thin Mints, Samoas, Trefoils, Tagalongs, Do-Si-Dos, Dulce de Leche, Thank U Berry Munch and Savannah Smiles.

When you buy Girl Scout cookies, you are helping to support girls' leadership skills development.  By participating in the sale, girls learn five important skills including goal setting, decision-making, people skills, business-ethics, and money management-all of which benefit them in their daily lives, whether running for school office, playing sports, or implementing projects to help their communities. Check out the video to learn more about how buying cookies helps girls become the leaders of today and tomorrow.

New look, same great taste

For the first time since 1999, all boxes of Girl Scout cookies have a new look! Every box details the five skills girls the Girl Scout cookie program teaches girls, adn about the highest awards and badges girls earn through Girl Scouting.

Find cookies any and everywhere

Cookie lovers will be able to find their favorite varieties on the go with the cookie locator app, available in the Google Play store, and the App Store for Apple. Local cookie booths can also be found online at www.girlscoutcookies.org. To learn more about Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan, visit www.gssem.org.

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