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Do you love frozen Thin Mints? Crave Samoas? Or yearn for other flavors of Girl Scout Cookies? At the beginning of every year, the largest girl-led business in the world is up and running with thousands of girls in Middle Tennessee eager to sell you your favorite Girl Scout Cookies.

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Cookie Program Participants: Check the cookie forms section for an important update about this year’s sale (Cookie Program Update).

Digital Cookie The traditions in Girl Scouts have allowed girls to gain valuable skills in the annual cookie program. Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee is not participating in Girl Scouts of the USA’s Digital Cookie —a new pilot program that allows Girl Scouts to sell cookies digitally for the first time and allows customers to pay for shipping. While this program continues in it’s first pilot stages, we are observing how the program offers those valued skills for girls and is working in other councils.

This year, as we have for more than 44 years, Girl Scouts will be coming to you at area booths (go to or to find a booth near you) and door-to-door. Girl Scouts once again can use Cookie Club to create a video pitch and market their cookies online to their invited customers.

We’re looking forward to providing you with your favorite Girl Scout cookies.

KIDZ BOP KIDS DRAWING We’re excited to announce a new drawing for tickets to the KIDZ BOP Kids: Make Some Noise Tour in Nashville on May 16. Every girl who sells 160 packages of Girl Scout Cookies will be entered into the drawing. We will draw three names and each winner will receive two tickets to the event.

KIDS BOP Kids are the face and the voice of KIDZ BOP, the number one music brand for kids in the U.S. and they tour the country performing kid-friendly versions of today’s biggest hits.

2015 Important Cookie Program Dates

November 7 & 8 Training Dates for SU Cookie Coordinator
January 1 Order Taking Begins
February 6-7 Cookies arrive in Middle Tennessee
February 8 Booth Sales Begin
February 27-28 National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend
March 1 Cookie Program Ends

Five Amazing Skills Your Daughter Will Learn

  • Goal Setting: Girls set cookie sale goals and, with their team, create a plan to reach them.
  • Decision Making: Girls decide where and when to sell cookies, how to market their sale and what to do with their earnings.
  • Money Management: Girls develop a budget, take cookie orders and handle customers’ money.
  • People Skills: She will learn how to talk (and listen) to her customers, as well as learning how to work with a team.
  • Business Ethics: She will gain the knowledge to be a well-rounded business women.

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Cookie Contact

Cathy Ratliff
Director of Product Programs
(615) 460-0202

Sue Tims
Product Programs Specialist
(615) 460-0226

Kathleen Roder
Product Programs Specialist
(615) 460-0209