A business-savvy Girl Scout in San Francisco set up shop to sell cookies outside of a medical marijuana clinic.
Danielle Lei might have a future in marketing.
The 13-year-old Girl Scout figured a medical marijuana clinic in San Francisco was a good place to set up shop and sell cookies, KNTV reports.
The plan worked, as Lei sold 117 boxes within the two hours she was posted out in front of the pot shop. It was 37 more boxes than she sold at a local grocery store the next day, according to Mashable.
Is there a merit badge for that?