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Girl Scouts Celebrate National S’mores Day with announcing the Girl Scout S’mores Cookie will return in 2018


Girl Scouts across central and eastern North Carolina can barely contain their excitement as the popular Girl Scout S’mores™ cookie will return as a part of the 2018 Girl Scout Cookie Program lineup. And what better time to announce the comeback of one of the fastest cookies to take the consumer market by storm than National S’mores Day. With its debut last season, the Girl Scout S’mores™ made a huge impact by becoming the highest rollout of a Girl Scout cookie in Girl Scout cookie selling history.   

The crispy graham cookie double-dipped in a crème icing and enrobed in a chocolatey coating was released in celebration of 100 years of Girl Scouts selling cookies. This clever take on the time-honored campfire treat was developed in response to consumer trends and it is vegan and free of artificial colors, preservatives, and partially hydrogenated oils.

And while consumers can rejoice that their newest favorite sweet treat will be back in 2018, Girl Scouts are looking forward to having the Girl Scout S’mores™ available at their cookie booths as well. Girl Scouts from across the council noticed the impact the new cookie made on their sales, with this year’s top three sellers all surpassing the 5,000 boxes sold mark for the first time in the council’s Cookie Program history.

With each and every purchase of Girl Scout Cookies—100% of the net revenue of which stays local—is an investment in girls and their leadership capabilities, both now and in the future. For over a century, girls have been using the power of the cookie to develop real life skills that help them become innovators, entrepreneurs, and leaders. Each box of cookies purchased is an investment in girls and provides life changing opportunities that help build everyday leaders who make the world a better place. Girls decide how to spend their troop cookie proceeds, which could include traveling across the world or across the state exploring new cultures and customs, working on community service projects that benefit their local community or spending a week at summer camp discovering the magic of the great outdoors. Each year girls are able to have amazing experiences, build financial literacy skills, and pursue their leadership development thanks to support raised each year through the Cookie Program.

Consumers can expect to get their hands on the Girl Scout S’mores™ starting January 13, with the start of the councils 2018 Cookie Program. The tradition of making and enjoying s’mores in the outdoors was popularized by Girl Scouts as early as the 1920s; it portrays Girl Scouts’ longstanding commitment to all the outdoors has to offer girls. As reported in the Girl Scout Research Institute’s More Than S’mores, there’s a positive correlation between outdoor experiences and girls' understanding of their leadership potential.

To learn more about Girl Scout S’mores and the Girl Scout Cookie Program®, and to find out when Girl Scouts will be selling cookies near you, visit www.nccoastalpines.org