Girl Scout cookie sales extended to March 11

Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska

A wintry storm isn’t so bad if you can cozy up under a blanket with a sleeve of Girl Scout Thin Mints. But for Girl Scout entrepreneurs, the winter weather can keep eager customers from visiting cookie booths.

That’s why, to make up for weather that shut down cookie booths and thwarted door-to-door sales, Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska will extend the cookie program one week to Sunday, March 11.

“Though Mother Nature hasn’t been very cooperative this year, customers are hungry for more opportunities to purchase their favorite cookies,” Denise Moore, Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska Chief Product Program Officer, said. “We want girls to be able to get out and reach their Girl Scout Cookie Program goals in friendlier weather.”

The Girl Scout Cookie Program powers amazing leadership experiences for girls. That’s because all net revenue—100 percent of it—stays in Nebraska. Girls and their troops use their cookie proceeds for community service projects; leadership development; camping and outdoor experiences; Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs; and so much more.

To find a Girl Scout Cookie Booth near you or connect with a troop, visit, call the Cookie Hotline at 800.695.6690 or download the Girl Scout Cookie Finder app on your smart phone.