Girl Makes Girl Scout Cookie Sales Pitch on Doorbell Camera
Girl creates sales pitch for Girl Scout Cookies with doorbell camera
Girl Scout Cookie season is upon us — and no one is more prepared than Allie Shroyer!
The first-grader at Cheyenne Traditional School in Scottsdale, Arizona captured the hearts of people in her community, and now the nation, after she was recorded on a doorbell security camera making an adorable sales pitch for her Girl Scout treats, NBC affiliate KPNX reported.
"Hi, I'm Allie. Would you like to buy some Girl Scout cookies?" Allie can be heard saying in the video, as she stands in front of the door in her blue Girl Scout vest. "Would you like one? Or two? Or three or four or five?"
"What's your favorite color? Because the boxes are colors and maybe you can get a box in that color," she sweetly added.
Speaking to PEOPLE, Allie's mom, Kristen Shroyer, said they recorded the first-grader at their own front door as a safety precaution due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
"I knew she wouldn't be able to go door-to-door, so we thought the next best thing was to record a sales pitch at the door," Kristen explains, adding that Allie did pay a visit to one neighbor's home.
"It's important to us that she still learns the skills she'd get from going door to door versus her mom just sending out a link," Kristen adds. "She had no prep. We just reminded her of the price of the boxes, and told her to give us her best sales pitch!"
As a way to spread the word about her cookie sales, Kristen then posted the video on her Facebook — and it took off from there.
"Her sales pitch was so successful that she sold over 200 boxes in the first 24 hours," Kristen told KPNX. "We're going to pick up all the cookies and start delivering them next week."
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Though Allie is now raking in hundreds of sales, the youngster told KPNX it hasn't been an easy journey to success.
"It's kind of been harder because we would sell cookies and ring doorbells with real people, but now during coronavirus, it's like we're doing interviews on the doorbells," the first-grader explained.
So far, Allie has made 560 sales and still has many of the beloved favorites available, including trefoils, thin mints, samoas and tagalongs, according to her Girl Scout page.
Those interested in purchasing a box — or four! — from Allie can so do here.