In Colorado and California at least
Frequenters of social media have been seeing memes for years about mythical girl scouts with business acumen far ahead of their time setting up shop outside cannabis dispensaries to maximize revenue. But how come more sales-driven Brownies didn’t bring their baked goods to the baked hoods? Well, apparently it wasn’t allowed — until now. Well, in Colorado and parts of California, at least.
Scouts were only allowed to post up with their goodies outside “family-oriented” businesses prior to the 2018 guideline modifications. Now, the young entrepreneurs may offer up their non-medicated edibles outside “adult-oriented” businesses as well. This means marijuana dispensaries, tattoo shops, and bars are all on the table now. “[Potential cookie sale] sites are now all treated the same, and approval of those sites is contingent on whether they meet our guidelines and safety requirements,” Girl Scouts of Colorado council spokesperson AnneMarie Harper explained to The Denver Post. “Safety is the biggest concern.”
Harper said certain bars, dispensaries, coffee shops and tattoo parlors have already been approved. While dispensaries haven’t been officially added to the approved list of cookie sale sites in other states, California chapters of the organization don’t seem to have a problem with it, either.
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