17,328 Boxes

May 15, 2008 / Posted by:

15-year-old Jennifer Sharpe from Dearborn, Michigan might have set a National record for the amount of Girl Scout cookies sold in one season. Jennifer sold 17,328 boxes in just one season. WHA?! Did she hit up Brit Brit’s house or something?

Jennifer set up shop in a church parking lot from 3pm to 7pm. Monday through Saturday. Sundays, she moved her operation to an auto parts store from 11am to 7pm.

She said, “I know how to get people to buy more. If they buy two boxes and they hand me a 10, I’d be like, ‘For 50 cents more, you can get three,’ because three boxes are $10.50.” Homegirl is a hustler!

A rep for the Girl Scouts of America said there’s no National record on the books.

I admit it, I bought 17,000 of those boxes. Honestly, I still have boxes sitting in my freezer. There’s only so many bowls of Trefoils and milk you can eat in one day. There needs to be a Girl Scout cookie recipe book, because I’m running out of ways to each this shit.


Thanks Kristi

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