This just might be a dream come true for cookie lovers — which, let's face it, is everybody.
Troop 12115 out of Salem, New Hampshire has found a unique way to boost its cookie sales: a drive-thru option.
The girls set up shop on Sunday in a vacant warehouse property located on a busy Main Street.
Before opening the drive-thru, the troop had sold 1,200 boxes so far. In hopes of boosting sales, the girls hoped the drive-thru would help them reach their goal of 5,000 boxes sold.
The troop leaders told WMUR that the ever-popular Girl Scouts cookie sale program helps to teach the girls about valuable business and people skills — all while satisfying the sweet tooth of the thousands of happy customers.