Would you like fries and a badge with that?
A troop of Girl Scouts in Salem, New Hampshire, has taken a cue from fast-food restaurants and is opening a drive-thru, reports the Associated Press.
Troop 12115 is transforming an unused warehouse into a Thin Mints and Samoas utopia. The new operation will offer cookies right to the car window for drivers traveling down Salem’s bustling Main Street.
The troop has already sold more than 1,200 boxes of cookies this season and hopes this creative endeavor will help the girls surpass their goal of 5,000.
Regardless of how many commuters stock up on Tagalongs and Do-si-dos, the leaders of Troop 12115 think the experience will teach the girls great business and people skills.
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