There are 3 ways to participate… choose them all or just the ones you want!
1) In-Person Sales
Girls receive an order card with pictures, descriptions, cost per
item, and information; such as gluten-free products, kosher, etc. for
nuts and candies available.
How to Use the Order Card
Record items that customers wish to order. Explain that products
will be delivered by the Girl Scout in November. Be sure to fill out
the order card completely. Payment may be collected at the time of
order (whenever possible) or at the time of delivery.
2) Online Store Orders
The online platform used for the GoNuts Fall Product Program is
called M2 Media Group. This platform allows girls to enter products
ordered on the order card, set up a store, track online orders, and
more. To take orders online a girl must set up her own personalized
online M2 store. All orders and payments online will be automatically
credited to the girl.
For magazines, a customer can only order and pay through the girl's
online M2 store. Magazine orders will be delivered directly to the
customer. A customer orders renew and pay for a subscription in the
For nuts and candies with the direct delivery option, the customer
orders pay and the product is shipped directly to the customer.
For nuts and candies with the girl delivery option, the customer
orders pays online and the product is delivered by girls. New this
year, online girl delivery orders are automatically added to a girl’s
order in M2 and delivered with order card orders to her Service Unit Director.
3) Boothing and Lemonade Stands
A booth takes place in from of a business and requires two Girl
Scouts and two unrelated adults; both background checked and at least
one registered with GSCCS. If two males volunteer a booth and a girl
is present who is not related to at least one of the males, a third
background checked, adult female, must be present.
Troops will need to secure their own booth locations, Council
does not secure booths for Fall Product. DriveThru boothing is
permitted, however, only adults may approach vehicles. Boothing may
not take place in the streets or medians. Consent is required by the
property owner/manager. All booths must be marked with girl Scout
signage. If a location request a COI, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A Lemonade Stand is an individual stand located on residential
property that is owned by the parent/ guardian or by someone they
know. Individual Girl Scout and Juliettes may host lemonade stands
with adult supervision at all times.