Morgan in the Mornings Girl Scout Cookie Challenge

Morgan in the Mornings Girl Scout Cookie Challenge

By:  Tom Morgan

I have 50 dollars in my savings account, and I’m prepared to blow it on Girl Scout Cookies.

 

Why? Because it’s the American way and I will have no regrets.

 

CALLING ALL GIRL SCOUT PARENTS!  I’M GIVING 3 OF YOU UP TO 60 SECONDS ON THE AIR TO PITCH WHY I SHOULD BUY FROM YOUR GIRL SCOUT NEXT WEEK ON MORGAN IN THE MORNING!
·       TO QUALIFY AND COMPETE,  MAKE SURE TO COMMENT ON THE COMMENT SECTION BELOW, AND WE’LL PICK 3 RANDOM COMMENTS TO COMPETE.
·GET CREATIVE,  HAVE FUN AND LET’S HELP SUPPORT THE MISSION OF THE GIRL SCOUT OF AMERICA!
 

 

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  • JR Mandy Fix

    You should buy from my step daughter (Hannah) because this is her first year at a new school, she has struggled adjusting and making friends because she is shy. This is also her first year as a Girl Scout and so far she loves it. She is finally making connections and if she sells a ton of cookies I know it will bring her out of her shell and boost her confidence with her peers! Pick US!

    Mandy Fix

  • Nicole Rosario

    If you are very sweet to Pam, I’m sure she would share the cookies our scouts are gifting to the station today at 2pm😉
    On a more serious note, I would love to have the opportunity to talk about my amazing troop and all the wonderful things they do for their community!

  • Kristie Via

    Cadette Troop 1339 would love your support. These girls are six 6th graders, who have a drive like no other. They have huge hearts and love using some of their funds to give back to our community. We have donated blessing bags to the Ronald McDonald house, cooked at RMH, made knotted fleece blankets for the UVA NICU and Easter baskets for a local elementary school. Help us give back to Charlottesville. Our girls, Delaney, Addison, Olivia, Margaret-Olivia, Presley and Avery will make your proud.

  • Jen

    Thank you for supporting the Girl Scouts. I think you should buy from my daughter (Addie). Her Girl Scout Troop 915 is very motivated in giving back to the community and helping those in need. Each year they choose a different group or organization to dedicate their efforts. This year they have chosen the local animal shelter. They will volunteer in assisting in the care and needs of all of the animals that are still without a home within our own backyards. For every box of cookies, $1 goes into these efforts. God bless

  • Sonja Carrick

    Thank you so much for supporting our girls! Regardless of who wins this, we are all winners. The support these girls and their parents show for each other is amazing. It’s my first year as cookie manager and it really does take a village! I am very thankful for ours!

  • Angela Gurley

    Today our troop 944 came and visited Monticello Media. Our troop has 18 girls and 4 of them are my daughters. I’ve been a leader for 3 years. My girls have done some amazing things…layed wreaths at Arlington cemetary, packed food bags with food pantry, made benches as their bronze award, supported Keswick Fire Department, Albemarle County School, and Ronald McDonals House. We’ve plenty more service projects in the works. So any one of the Gurley Girls would be happy to sell you some cookies or help us support UVA NICU.

  • Kristina Garrison

    Girl Scouts is a wonderful program that encourages girls to be leaders in our community. It encourages them to lead by example, show kindness and have compassion. My daughter and her troop are selling cookies and raising funds to begin working on their bronze award which is a very exciting time for any Junior Girl Scout. I know sometimes we feel like they are everywhere selling those cookies, but they are just practicing what most of us do in real life. Sales, Marketing. Sometimes rejection. It’s part of the real world. They are learning skills that shape the future. Every single box counts, I promise. Thanks so much for spreading the message about this program and what it means to our girls and the community.

  • Diane Benham

    You are awesome to do this! thank you so very much! When I was a kid, we had tshirts that said, “We do a lot more than sell GS Cookies!” Our cookie business is a critical part of the program but only part — I want the first thing that people to think of when they think of Girl Scouts to be something other than cookies….except in Jan and Feb! Troop 640 is girls in 9th grade and they are starting to work on their Gold Awards, the highest award in GS. And they are going camping, kayaking, shooting archery, learning first aid, how to cook as a locavore, making macrame wall hangings,….. My own daughter Katya would love to sell you cookies — does this have to be an adult giving the sales pitch? because we GS are really all about the girls doing it! Thank you again.

  • Kate Gariepy

    My daughter’s troop, Troop 964 out of Earlysville, is selling cookies for the first time. The girls have many ideas on how to spend their earnings including going to Build-A-Bear, Jump, and rebuilding the List & Found box at their school. I remember being a Girl Scout growing up and am looking forward to sharing my love for scouting with my daughter and her 6 best friends.

  • Gail Cook

    My daughter Madison is the best. She has been in girl scouts for 8 years now and poor thing, I am her troop leader. She has to do everything because I have to. She deserves a break and needs the sells. Not only does she sell cookies but helps me go get them, load them in the truck, gets home and helps unload them. By the time cookie sells are over, she has touched almost 200 cases of cookies and more. She has to be at almost every cookie booth and she wears the cookie monster costume at the booth to attract customers. She is the best and deserves this sell.