Girl Scouts use drive-through to sell cookies
Customers drive away satisfied
It is a dream come true for Girl Scout cookie lovers.
According to news station WMUR, a Salem, New Hampshire, troop held a special fundraiser Sunday to help reach its cookie selling goal for the year.
The girls set up a Girl Scout cookie drive-thru. People looking to get a sweet fix could drive up, select their favorite cookie flavor and drive away satisfied.
Troop leaders said the cookie program not only provides customers with delicious cookies, it also teaches girls about money management, business ethics and people skills.
Troop 12115 in Salem has the goal of selling 5,000 boxes of cookies. So far, the Scouts have sold over 1,200 boxes.