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Talk About Good Product Placement… 13-Year Old Marketer

Posted on February 21, 2014

13-year-old Danielle Lei, a Girl Scout in San Francisco, is one heck of a smart marketer. On Monday, she sold 117 boxes of Girl Scout cookies in two hours. Her locations? Outside a medical marijuana clinic.

Moreover, the Green Cross Cannabis Collective was pretty “high” on the idea too:

“It’s no secret that cannabis is a powerful appetite stimulant, so we knew this would be a very beneficial endeavor for the girls,” Holli Bert, a staff member at The Green Cross, told Mashable in an email. “It’s all about location, and what better place to sell Girl Scout cookies than outside a medical cannabis collective?”

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7 thoughts on “Talk About Good Product Placement… 13-Year Old Marketer

  1. Too funny!!!

  2. Robert Telljohn says:

    Three rules for success is: Location, location, location.

  3. Jackie, take your lithium and relax. You just went a little over the top and your friends are concerned that you might hurt yourself. Deep breathes. An ice pack. Soothing music. You'll be fine. If the stress comes back, please call your sponsor. See my blog at http://cranky-conservative.blogspot.com

  4. ..About the only place they’re gonna sell their GD cookies anymore…babykiller instigators.

  5. She is just selling to her likely customers. The Girl Scouts support planned Parenthood and Abortion and drug addicts use Abortion services more than anyone else,. It is imperative that they support each other.

  6. Location. Location. Location.

  7. She should set up outside an abortion clinic, the money won`t have far to go.