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This year's theme is built around the cookie entrepreneur, with a focus on educating young girls on essential business skills, confidence and leadership in their journey to earn their MCBA (Masters of Cookie Business Awesomeness). The poll, which is featured below, contains the names of all the cookies included in the lineup for the 2018 cookie season.

"This is a really exciting time of the year for the girls", said Cheryl Miller, Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama communications and volunteer training.

Both girls sold 2,016 boxes of cookies.

This year troops are selling an additional gluten free box which costs five dollars. She previously went to Washington, D.C.

"Even if you don't get a lot of sales, if you don't try you're not going to get any", Allen said.

During the cookie selling season the girls "earn and learn". Scouts flawless their pitch, using tactics every business professional does.

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Working as many booths as she can is Larez's strategy.

What can she do with the Digital Cookie platform? "It's better than just an ordinary lemonade stand. People really hunt you down for cookies". "And if you want to be a cashier or something, you learn about money management".

In fact, the top two sales girls from previous year both had an online presence. There will also be tables with general Girl Scout information for non-Girl Scouts who wish to learn more about all of the incredible things that Girl Scouts has to offer! Girls and their troops decide how to spend their troop proceeds, investing in impactful community projects, personal enrichment opportunities and more. Those monetary donations help to send packages of cookies to those serving in the military.

According to gsoh.org, the first known cookie sale by the Girl Scouts was in 1917.

All of your favorite flavors are returning like Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, and Trefoils.

The popular S'mores cookie was unveiled in the 2017 sale and will be available for purchase again in 2018.

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