Girl Scouts are the ultimate entrepreneurs, and this just confirms it.
For a good portion of the country, the current Girl Scout cookie season falls during the long-stretching winter, making it tough to go door-to-door in the traditional way.
But one Minnesota girl, 10-year-old Inga Heinecke, made the most of it, and happened to stumble upon a goldmine of opportunity.
As reported by KARE 11, check out this sales pitch.
I can actually speak from an experienced point of view, as I have fished this lake during cold Minnesota winters. Would I have bought some cookies if Inga knocked on my shack door?