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Munchies? Girl Scout Boosts Cookie Sales by Setting Up in Front of San Francisco Marijuana Club

Credit: The Green Cross Facebook page.
Credit: The Green Cross Facebook page.
A girl scout was able to greatly boost cookie sales by setting up shop in front of a San Francisco pot club.

Mashable.com reported that Danielle Lei, 13, sold 117 boxes outside The Green Cross in a two hour period, 37 more boxes than she sold in front of a Safeway the next day. "Any patients at The Green Cross with the munchies didn't stand a chance," Mashable reported.

"It's no secret that cannabis is an appetite stimulant – so it's not shocking that a lot of our patients came and purchased cannabis and then saw the cookies and purchased them," NBC quoted Holli Bert, a spokesperson for The Green Cross.
Lydia W February 22, 2014 at 01:57 PM
When was the last time you wrote about Plainview in the Plainview patch? Bring back the old staff and people who cared about our community!!!
toby February 22, 2014 at 02:19 PM
Now that's what I call ingenuity.
john smithe February 24, 2014 at 12:03 AM
that's what I call corruption of a minor.....
Vindaloo February 24, 2014 at 07:58 AM
When is everyone going to catch on that local Patch is gone. Local reporters have been laid off. There isn't anyone to report the local news for your town. Patch depended on local business ads to fund the online newspaper. If you didn't support local business, you didn't support local news reported by Patch and it's reporters. When are people going to stop thinking they can have everything they want without a price.
rubberband February 24, 2014 at 12:11 PM
Doritos Tacos. THEN you've got a lucrative stoner business. Chocolate dipped bacon.

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