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published on April 1, 2019 - 4:54 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff

Fresno County Girl Scouts made a strong showing for this year’s cookie sales, with the top seller moving $21,500 worth of product.

Girl Scouts of Central California South announced that Miranda D. of troop number 2385 in Fresno County sold 4,300 packages of cookies, at a value of $21,500 at $5 a pop, winning her the title of “Cookie Boss.”

Altogether, the Girl Scouts of Central California South sold 971,172 packages of cookies, with the top-ten cookie sellers moving 24,511 of those packages.

Other top sellers from Fresno County include Taia V. of troop number 5025 with 3,010 packages, Kendra P. with troop number 2385 with 2,215 packages and Emily C., also of troop 2385 with 1,850 packages sold.

The second-place seller was Cyley L. of Kern County troop number 2947 with 3,046 packages sold.

“Achieving a top two Cookie Boss status and top ten Go-getter recognition is a coveted honor and exemplifies mastery of the five essential life skills taught through the Cookie Program: goal setting, decision making, money management, people skills, and business ethics,” according to a news release.

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