2013-2014 Troop Cookie Manager Training. Thank you !. As the Troop Cookie Manager you are the Main Ingredient in the recipe for your Troop’s Successful Cookie Season Read the materials provided Train the girls in your troop Work with the troop leadership and girls to set the troop goal
2013-2014 Troop Cookie Manager Training
Thank you !
Little Brownie Cookie Portfolio 2013-14
Packaging materials made with recycled paperboard
Little Brownie Cookies 2013-2014
New GSUSA Cookie Case Designs
New GSUSA Case Designs for 2013-2014
Standardized for both Bakers to provide a consistent consumer experience
5 Skills for Girls
Goal Setting is the Key
Materials you will be receiving
Materials for Girls and Troops
One per troop:
Cookie Program Guide for Troop Cookie Managers
TOP Cookie form
Cookies For Heroes Flyer
Cookies for Heroes order card reminders
Council Shop Flyer
One per girl:
Girl Order Card
Parent/Guardian Newsletter for each family
Goal-Getter Order Card
Cookies Live! Back by Popular Demand!
National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend
Girl Scouts of the USA has declared February 7-8, 2014 National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend!
This special weekend is a great opportunity for Girl Scouts and Girl Scout supporters to share with the community the importance of the Cookie Program and what it does for girls.
On National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend, Girl Scout councils from around the nation will be celebrating and promoting the 5 SKILLS that girls learn while participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Program.
Look for more information about this fun event
on our website, via email, and the council’s
Facebook page as the date gets closer!
Help grow the Cookie Program and earn extra funds for the Service Unit!
Training, on your own time!
Let’s show them
We value their time!!!
A new digital tool for volunteers
When they need them!
MORE Digital Cookie Program Tools!
Bilingual family resources available at www.littlebrownie.com
Pin-worthy ideas and crafty marketing ideas for Moms and Dads who want to support their daughter’s cookie activities
Action-packed interactive games to help girls practice their cookie pitches before they meet the public!
Cookie Recipe Emails
Is your troop “hungry” for information about the
2013-2014 Cookie Program?
If so, be sure to sign up to receive the Cookie Recipe emails. The emails will be sent out periodically throughout the Cookie Program and will touch on upcoming dates, processes and tips for making your Cookie Season the best ever! Cookie Recipe is ideal for both new and experienced Troop Cookie Managers.
AND Cookie Rookies can also choose to take advantage of our Cookie Mentor option.
The first email went out on Sunday Nov. 17th. If you did not receive it please email email@example.com Volunteer can opt-out if they do not wish to receive our Cookie Recipe emails. (Don’t unsubscribe!)
Connecting with Customers
Cookie Club –Helping Girls Reach Their Goals!
Girls manage their cookie business online!
The fastest, easiest way for girls to reach high goals!
Cookie Club gets a makeover! Brand new look, new screens optimized for smartphones and tablets!
Cookie Club – Troop Leader View
Cookie Club – Troop Setup
Troop Leader Reports in Cookie Club
Girls are Safety Certified in Cookie Club before setting up their profile !
Cookie Club Dashboard for girls!
Ask Family & Friends – Ecard Preview
Important Cookie Club Reminders
Cookies for Heroes
Cookies for Heroes is our Council sponsored Gift of Caring service project and a great way for girls, troops and customers to support our heroes, both at home and abroad. We distributed 130,000 boxes of cookies last year and are hoping to bring smiles to even more of our heroes this coming year!
Everyone is going to want this year’s
“Must Have” Recognitions
New this year !!
Troops that have a per girl troop selling average of 115 boxes on the initial order and all of the girls placing an initial order and two adults will receive one of these stylish and very cool string bags!
Individual girls selling 115 or more boxes on their initial order will earn this travel tote!
Booth Sale Bonus
For every 20 cases ordered in the initial order troops receive a $20 bonus.
These cases must be ordered in eBudde prior to submitting the initial order. All booth orders placed in the initial order will be picked up on Delivery Day with the rest of the troop’s order.
Why Order Booth Sale Cookies on the Initial Order?
Earn more proceeds for your troop! For every 20 cases ordered on the initial order troops receive a $20 bonus. Having multiple booth sales? Order 40 cases earn $40!
Increase the number of cookies ordered with the initial order! Booth sale boxes count toward the number of cookies sold and can help your troop earn the Peace, Love, Cookies Drawstring Bags.
Have cookies available for immediate sale! It’s great to have cookies on hand to fill additional orders. Troops choose the varieties of cookies they would like, so make sure to order the most popular choices to keep customers satisfied.
Skip the cupboard!Troops will not need to make a special trip to a cookie cupboard for cookies. Of course, if a troop needs more cookies after their booth boxes are sold, they can always make an appointment to pick up more.
For security reasons, all passwords have been reset to 164Samoas!! You will be directed to change your password the first time you log in.
Our popular drive-thru deliveries are back! Troops will pick up their cookies on
March 1 or March 2, 2014. We are in the process of confirming all of the sites used last year.
Each Service Unit will be assigned a delivery site and block of time for cookie pick-ups. Troops will sign up in eBudde for their desired time within their Service Unit’s slot.
All vehicles picking up at the drive-thrus should have 2 adults – a driver and a counter. Cars should be EMPTY and have no children, pets or car seats in them.
We need volunteers from your Service Unit to help out at delivery. If you are available
let your SU Cookie Manager know. It is a fun day!
Cookie Cupboards are volunteer-run locations where troops can pick up cookies to fill Goal Getter and Booth Sale orders. Cupboards are open on set days and times as determined by the manager; please be respectful of this schedule. Troop Cookie Managers or troop volunteers make arrangements directly with the Cupboard Manager to pick up cookies.
A full list of Council Cookie Cupboards will be available in February 2014. Troops from any town may pick up from a Council Cupboard. Service Units may also have a cupboard just for their area- Consider this options for your troops!
Cupboards cannot swap boxes for different varieties, take back individual boxes of cookies, or accept cookies that troops received as part of their initial order.
Cookies picked up to fill Goal Getter orders become the immediate responsibility of the troop. Booth sale cookies are taken from the cupboard on consignment. After a booth sale takes place, a troop may return full, unopened cases of cookies that are in excellent and sellable condition. The troop is responsible for all other cookies not returned to the cupboard.
All cookies picked up from a cupboard will be assigned to the troop in eBudde and will be calculated as part of the troop’s total sales.
Bringing more customers to your booth!
Reaches more consumers and drives new visitors to girlscoutcookies.org
New Girl Recognitions this year!
Baby and Mama Husky Dogs make a great combination item!
This Year Girls can Double their Cookie Credit!
Girls who choose to use their Cookie Credit toward their GSOFCT Summer Camp registration fees will be able to double the value of their Cookie Credit! This is a great way for girls to help earn their way to a great summer camp experience.
Return of the tickets for Lake Compouce at the 750 level
Troops can again opt to take an additional 10 cents in troop proceeds instead of the individual girl recognitions- however they will still receive any patches they earned and all recognitions at the 750 level and above
Cookies Credits and TOP certificates will be mailed directly to Troop Leaders or Troop Cookie Managers so please update your contact information in eBudde.
New Troop Opportunity –
A new recognition for troops of every age level! Troops will earn an additional 5¢ per box in council store credit and be recognized as a TOP Troop when they meet these requirements:
T– Troop’s finalaverage is125 boxes per girl selling.
O– Make the troop’s payment ONLINE and ON TIME. Payment for ALL COOKIES PICKED UP PRIOR to MARCH 19, 2014, is due on March 21, 2014, by noon.
P– Turn paperwork in on time. Complete all entries into eBudde, hand in online payment confirmations, TOP Troop Recognition forms to the Service Unit Cookie Manager by April 4, 2014.
All TOP Troop Recognition certificates must be redeemed
by September 18, 2014.
Payment to Council
NEW PROCEDURE FOR 2014:
Payment for ALL cookies received PRIOR to March 19, 2014 must be deposited into the Council’s Product Sales account at Webster Bank on or before 12 noon on March 21, 2014.Any cookies picked up after March 19, or any cookies for booth sales after March 19 should be paid for within 3 days of the booth sale.
If a troop ordered its booth sale cookies in its initial order AND has not held the booth sale prior to March 19th, simply deduct the amount owed for the booth sale boxes from the total amount owed and pay the difference. This means that troops may have to make two deposits – one for the cookies picked up and sold prior to March 19th and those picked up and sold afterwards.
Show Us How!
We want to hear about your troop’s success during and after the Cookie Program.
Send us your stories and pictures that show your girls doing “A World of Good”.
Your can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you again for being the key to your troop’s Cookie Program success.