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Cookies 2015

Top seller events

  • Glenwood Caverns in Glenwood, June 6
  • Renaissance Festival, Larkspur, June 13
  • Cave of the Winds, Manitou Springs, June 13
  • Top Seller Luncheon in Denver, June 27
  • Top 15 of 15 Dinner in Denver, July 11


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Cookies 2015


The 2015 Cookie Program began

February 8th and will end on March 27th!

Questions? Email us

Key dates

Jan. 5-15 ACM/SUCM to train troops
Jan. 5-17 Cookie Rallies happening statewide
Jan. 16 Troops Starting Inventory Order (SIO) due in eBudde
Jan. 22 Test debit
Jan. 23 Round 1 of Booth Sale Selection starts at 6 p.m. 
Jan. 27 Round 2 of Booth Sale Selection starts at 6 p.m. 
Jan. 30 Round 3 of Booth Sale Selection starts at 6 p.m. 
Feb. 4-6 Outlying area and Cupboard deliveries
Feb. 7 Main delivery day
Feb. 8 Cookie Sale begins
(Door to Door and My Site booth sales begin)
Feb. 13 Council booth sales begin
Feb. 25 Return date for excess Super 6 inventory to a cupboard for troop financial credit (whole cases only, no packages). No returns will be accepted on the Toffee-tastic variety. NO RETURNS ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE.
Feb. 27-March 1 National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend
March 27 2015 Cookie Sale ends
March 29 Final troop data due in eBudde, deadline to submit final recognition order in eBudde.
April 17 Cookie Cards mailed to girls
April 21 2015 final cookie debit
Week of May 4 Rewards ship to Service Units


Volunteer Position Agreements

If you're representing your troop, service unit, or area as a cookie manager, submit your position agreement for 2015:


Find the form you're looking for in the Forms Library!


Find cookies on your phone! Download the Mobile Cookie Locator App

Got a Cookie Rookie? This 10-minute, fun video shows them the basics

Girls will learn:

  • How the sale works
  • Cookie names
  • Easy ways to ask a customer to buy
  • Cookie booth essentials
  • Safety rules
  • How to set a goal

Cookie Program Plans

Through Girl Scouting, girls become leaders in their daily life and prepare for their bright future! The Girl Scout Cookie Program provides an important ingredient for leadership by helping girls develop five key skills: Goal Setting, Decision Making, Money Management, People Skills, and Business Ethics. Use one of these four program plans to help girls take their cookie sale to the next level! For assistance or more information, please contact your Program Support team.


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