USA Today – Whether your favorites are Samoas or Thin Mints, cookie season just got easier for customers with new technology.
The Girl Scouts of the USA are going digital to sell their famous goodies after almost 100 years of traditional in-person transactions.
The new program, called Digital Cookie, allows Scouts to take orders via e-mail. For the Web version, customers can visit a scout’s personal cookie Web page that tracks cookie sales, days remaining and percentage of goal reached. Parents must approve the content of the page, according to the Scouts.
Yes! Yes! Yes! It’s about god damn time. If I had to rank the cookies, it would go like this:
2) All the other options
Pretty cut and dry with me. I could crush a pack of Samoas during one episode of SportsCenter. Expect me to order at least four of these, and maybe even more to hand out as christmas gifts. They would be a nice gag gift.