As weather complicates campaign, social media becomes marketing tool




GREENFIELD — Local Girl Scouts are once again fulfilling their promise to “make the world a better place” with their annual cookie drive despite winter’s best efforts to put a chill on sales.

The drive to put a box of Tagalongs, Do-Si-Dos and Thin Mints in every county household began Jan. 11, with local troops taking initial deliveries last week.

Jennifer Warner said the two Greenfield Scout troops she leads were stalled a bit early in the campaign, but they are recovering.

Local sales director Terre Zook agreed but was optimistic for the rest of the drive, which runs through mid-March.

“Sales may be down a little bit, but that doesn’t mean it won’t pick back up,” Zook said.

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