WSU football coach Nick Rolovich buys 23 cases of cookies from local girl scouts

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Nick Rolovich speaks to the media at his introductory press conference on January 16

PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University football coach Nick Rolovich has spent much of the last several months finding ways to give back to his new community.

Earlier this year, the new coach bought a round for WSU fans at a Seattle sports bar. At the beginning of the pandemic, he supported local restaurants by buying several meals, only to turn around and give them away to people in the Pullman area.

Rolovich’s latest move is sure to give you a smile – he recently bought 23 cases of cookies from the Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington and North Idaho.

The cookie selling season has been a bit different this year because of COVID-19. Booth sales were delayed or fully canceled, and a good portion of sales were completed online.

But that didn’t stop Rolovich from supporting local scouts.

“You’ve made a huge difference for these girls and for programming for girls statewide,” Girl Scouts EWNI tweeted.

Question is – Is Rolovich a fan of Thin Mints or Tagalongs?

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