Spokane Girl Scout makes music video to sell cookies

SPOKANE, Wash. — Spokane Girl Scout Abrihet can’t sell her cookies in-person during the stay-home order, so she and her brother put together a music video to get people to buy them online!

According to Abrihet’s Digital Cookie page, she is hoping to go to the Girl Scout Convention in Orlando this fall, as well as go to Glacier Park with other Girl Scouts to do activities like horseback riding and white water rafting.

RELATED: Local Girl Scouts suspending cookie booth sales through mid-April

As of Thursday, she has 2,803 packages left to sell to reach her goal, which is where her music video comes in.

With the help of her brother Abrihet wrote an original song in the hopes of trying to reach her cookie goals. Unfortunately in a time she normally would be out selling cookies she can't. To those who have purchased already thank you. Cookies can still be ordered online for direct shipment or delivery. Please share as much as you can.https://DigitalCookie.GirlScouts.org/scout/abrihet155645

Posted by Chantil Cascaden on Friday, April 10, 2020

It’s hard to sell cookies when hardly anyone is around—outside, that is. Most folks are staying indoors per the Governor’s stay-home order, which means more people are looking at their screens and devices.

With the help of her brother, Abrihet wrote a song and made a music video showcasing her cookies and lyrical skills.

The Girl Scout cookies can still be ordered online for direct shipment or special delivery.

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