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    My DD and her very good friend are both Girl Scouts. We live in the same subdivision, and they happen to be in the same troop. Luckily we live in the front of our subdivision and they live in the back so I talked with her mom and we agreed to have one child sell in the front and the other sell in the back. So it worked out.
    Marcy

    DD1 2003
    DD2 2005
    DD3 2009

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    khm is online now Emerald level (3000+ posts)
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    As a non-GS mom in a GS heavy neighborhood, I learned to not buy a ton from the first scout so that I could buy something from them all.

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    Percycat is offline Platinum level (1000+ posts)
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    DD sells cookies and is very motivated. She begins selling at 9:00am on go day. For the past several years, she has been the only scout who would go door to door. When she was little, a friend of hers who attended a different /school and was in a different troop also sold cookies. The girls agreed to divide the "territory" for go day -- each taking one side of the street. A couple times, I would take both girls and they would take turns selling at a particular house.

    I think cookie selling etiquette means -- 1) don't sell before Go day and Go time. 2) Be courteous to everyone you meet -- potential customers and sister girl scouts. 3) Be respectful of people's property.

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