Limited to family, next-door neighbors, and family friends, the Fall Product Sale Program does NOT involve door-to-door selling. The Fall Sale is a way for troops to earn startup money for the year.
The Fall Product Sale helps girls learn essential life skills, including:
Sept. 6 - 11 Service Unit Manager and Troop Leader training
Sept. 12 - 30 Girl and family training
Oct. 4 – 26 Friends and family sale dates
Oct. 27 Nut/chocolate orders, Reach Out booklets, Girl Online Sales Report, paper magazine orders and money due to Troop Fall Sale Manager.
Oct. 28 Troop Fall Sale Manager to enter all girl orders entered into Nut-E. Enter all orders and select rewards before 11:00 pm.
Oct. 30 Reach Out booklets, Girl Online Sales Report, and paper magazine orders due to Service Unit Fall Sale Manager. Troop orders need to be approved in Nut-E by SUFSM by 11 p.m.
Oct. 31 Test debit. GSCO will debit $.01 from troop accounts.
Oct. 31 Girl Scouts of Colorado will submit nut/chocolate orders by noon. No late orders will be accepted.
Nov. 4 Reach Out booklets and paper magazine order forms due to local service center or designated destination.
Nov. 5 – 6 Product Sale Specialist/Manager or designated person to verify receipt of all SUFSM paperwork and prepare paperwork for shipment via FedEx to our representative.
Nov. 12 - 15 Nuts/chocolate delivered directly to SUFSM. Orders need to be picked up by troops immediately and distributed to the girls for customer delivery.
Nov. 17 - 21 Incentives arrive to Service Unit Fall Sale Managers. Please distribute to troops as soon as possible. Report any discrepancies’ immediately.
Nov. 23 Girls should deliver nuts and chocolate to customers no later than November 23.
Nov. 25 SUFSM should submit signed delivery ticket and one (1) signed copy of troop T-2 from product pick up to Product Sales Specialist/Manager. This is also the last day to make changes in Nut-E.
Nov. 25 Deadline to submit Money Problem Reports online directly to finance.
Dec. 4 Automatic withdrawal out of troop accounts for amount owed to council.
Dec. 12 Last day to submit “Returned Check Reimbursement” online requests for Fall Sale.
Girls can receive rewards for each different part of the sale. All rewards are cumulative.
A separate patch can be earned for each of the following: (See order card for details on patches.)
All troops receive 13% of their QSP orders as troop profit, $1/item for nuts and chocolates, and $3 for each Reach Out Booklet completed with 9 unique adult names, addresses and a positive handwritten P.S. message. Cadette, Senior and Ambassador troops may decide to take an additional 2% troop profit (15% total) on the QSP orders (along with the $1/item for nuts and candy and $3 for each Reach Out booklet) and then receive only patches instead of all of the other awards.
Girls can earn the Be a Reader patch by participating in this program with their troop. Be a Reader encourages girls to find the fun in reading and teamwork as they complete age appropriate activities. You will receive more details on this program with the Fall Sale materials. This patch will be for sale in the council shop.
Fall Sale Manager Position Agreements can be found on the Volunteer Position Descriptions page.