Friday, February 21, 2014

Thinking outside the box

Munchies: Entrepreneurial Girl Scout Danielle Lei set up a cookie stall with her mother outside The Green Cross marijuana dispensary in San Francisco

The three most important rules of setting up a business: location, location, location. This old adage was proven correct yet again when a 13 year old Girl Scout sold 117 boxes of cookies after setting up shop across the street from a San Francisco medical marijuana clinic. The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco...

Thirteen-year-old Danielle Lei was certainly ‘thinking outside the box’ when she set up her cookie stall outside The Green Cross marijuana dispensary in San Francisco.
Entrepreneurial Miss Lei sold 117 boxes of Tagalongs and Thin Mints in two hours, the proceeds of which benefits charitable organizations.

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