Washington and Colorado both made headlines this year after legalizing marijuana for recreational purposes and some girl scouts are taking advantage of it.
A girl in San Francisco sold about 117 boxes in just two hours outside a medical Marijuana shop. This number is exceptional because each girl scout sells an average of 100 boxes.
Whether it's thin mints, caramel deLites or do-si-do's - most people look forward to girl scout cookie season and although pot shops are becoming a big market in the state, it's a market that the Girl Scouts of Colorado don't want to get into.
There are certain restrictions as to where Girl Scouts can sell their infamous cookies. Bars, strip clubs, casinos and liquor stores are all off-limits.
-via CBS Denver
Would you let your child sell Girl Scout cookies outside of a pot shop? Smart marketing or horrible parenting?