Booth sales help girls reach more customers and are a great way to
increase your troop’s success. Remember, all booth sales must be
approved through eBudde™.
Possible high-traffic locations include:
- Garden centers and florists
- Community meetings/events
- “Lemonade” stand (with or without lemonade!)
- Neighborhood yard sales
- Long Island Rail Road (Brownies
and older, no Daisies)
Booth Information for Leaders and Troop Cookie Managers
Please be aware that safety guidelines for in-person
activities are constantly evolving. Visit the OLC for the most
up-to-date status and guidelines for Girl Scouts of Nassau County
Girl Scout Cookie booth sales are a simple way to increase sales by
reaching customers who are not at home when girls take orders or sell
door-to-door. Booth sales are the second phase of the cookie sale.
After the order taking phase in December and January, booth sales
begin. They are a supplement to the regular cookie order taking to
help your troop achieve its goals.
Girls enjoy doing booth sales because it's fun!! They get to
interact with customers, make changes, and express their individuality
by decorating their booth. Encourage your girls to practice what
they'll say to customers beforehand.
Booth Sale Recorder
To make it easier to keep track of
Booth sales and allocate boxes to participating girls, try using the
Booth Sale Recorder app to allocate booth sale cookies to girls, and
keep track of all cookies sold at the booth sale. The app ties
directly to eBudde, so once you input the information with the app, it
will automatically appear in eBudde. Need to make changes, no problem.
You can still make adjustments manually in eBudde.
Get ready for a "Booth Sleuth" at your
next booth sale. Booth Sleuths are volunteers who randomly visit booth
sales in Nassau County. Just like a “secret shopper,” Booth Sleuth’s
are looking at the quality of a booth sale.