The Fall Product Program is one of
two Girl Scouts – Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas sponsored programs
that combine educational activities with money earning opportunities for
troops. Troops can earn essential start-up money for their annual troop
activities, and help the council fund girl programs, maintain camps, provide
adult training and provide financial aid to girls
Three ways to participate! Girls earn rewards! Troops
1. Sell 15 delicious products all at $5,
$6, $7, $8 or $9 – troop keeps $0.75 per item. Girls take orders from September 27-October
2. Sell magazines (online or catalog) –
lots of magazines to choose from – troop keeps 10% for catalog orders
and 12% for all online orders. Girls take catalog orders from September 27-October 20. Online orders
continue until November 27.
3. Address Booklet – for every booklet
filled out completely and correctly, troop gets $2. Troops must have a total of 3 magazine
orders (online and/or catalog) to be eligible to receive $2 per booklet and
girl patches. Booklets due October 20-21 to leaders.
Cadette, Senior and Ambassador
troops have the option to receive no girl rewards and receive higher proceeds.
covered almonds, crunchy whole cashews sprinkled with sea salt, luscious dark
chocolate mint penguins and tangy Gummi Berries are just some of the products
available in the Girl Scouts – Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas’ Fall
Product Program this year.
The Fall Product
Program begins Saturday, September 27, 2013 and is the best way for your
- Earn funds early in
the year for troop activities; average troop proceeds last year were $128, with
some troops earning more than $800
- Grow the confidence,
skills and financial competence of your Girl Scouts
- Prepare for the Girl
Scout Cookie Program
Initial orders will be
taken September 27-October 20; products will be delivered to customers
November 5-28, just in time for holiday gift giving.
Our Fall Product
Program vendor partner is Ashdon Farms, a licensed Girl Scout vendor since
1986. It offers a wide selection of delectable nuts and candies, including
distinctive molded chocolates that are not sold in stores. Ashdon Farms is
known for its Girl Scout keepsake tins, which are customer favorites.
2013 Fall Product
- Double Chocolate Truffles in Girl Scout
Flower Pot Tin
- Caramel Treasures in Skating Penguin Holiday
Cashews with Sea Salt
- Chocolate Covered Almonds
- Chocolate Covered Raisins
- Dulce de
Leche Owls New!!!
- Peanut Butter Bears
Chocolate Mint Penguins
- Covered Peanuts $6
- Cranberry Nut Mix
- Honey Roasted Peanuts
- Hot Cajun Crunch
- Salsa Mix
- Gummi Berries
will be sold as part of the Girl Scouts Fall Product Program in partnership
with QSP. It offers online sales of new and renewed subscriptions to more than
900 popular magazines at lower-than-newsstand prices. QSP has developed an
engaging online marketing tool, where girls show off their marketing tools by
creating their own welcome page as part of their campaign and collect
“promises” for candy and nut orders which they deliver to customers. These
digital tools provide girls with opportunities to enhance their technological
skills. Online orders continue to November 27.
The nuts, candies,
Girl Scout tins and magazine subscriptions make wonderful gifts that arrive in
time for the holidays and support Girl Scouts. All of the proceeds stay within
our communities to benefit area girls.
Project Thank You
Each $5 donation will
send one can of Ashdon Farms Products to the troops overseas. In addition, a $5
donation will provide military personnel with magazine subscriptions for one
For more information
about Girl Scouts – Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas Product Programs,
please contact Cathy Nichols, Product Sales Director, at email@example.com.