Jun 2, 2017 - From staff reportsSavannah Warren of Troop 1126 sold 1,545 boxes of Girl Scout cookies this year, the 12th most in the two-state region of Montana and Wyoming.
The Girl Scout Cookie Program celebrated 100 years of Girl Scouts selling cookies in 2017 and as a salute to the centennial celebration.
A Great Falls, Mont., Girl Scout sold 3,353 boxes to be the overall top seller.The most ordered Girl Scout Cookie varieties for 2017 within Montana and Wyoming were Thin Mints with a 28.9% share and Samoas at 26.3%.
Girl Scouts released a new variety this year, S'mores, which proved to be the most popular flavor to launch in the history of Girl Scouts.
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