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Fall Product Sales

The Fall Product Sale focuses on leadership, collaboration and exploring personal values through discovering, connecting and taking action to create and foster a sense of teamwork.

Magazines, music, books, nuts and candies are offered through the Fall Product Sale. Girl Scout families can take advantage of the Online Ordering for Magazines and Nuts and Candy by clicking on the image below for online ordering and more product information.


Important Dates:

September 16–October 16
    Girls take orders for nuts, candy, and/or magazines

November 1–3
    Nuts, candy delivered to Service Unit Fall Product Manager

November 4–20
    Girls deliver nuts and candy

Be Brilliant—SHINE ON! is the 2016 Fall Product theme. The program offers activities to help girls make decisions, exercise their people skills, and manage money so that they reach their goals. Girls take orders for a variety of candy, nuts, and magazines during September and October, with delivery in October and November. The 16-item product line includes nuts and candy ranging from $6–$10 and a broad selection of magazine subscriptions.

Give your troop treasury a jump start. Troops retain:

• $1.00 per nut or candy item ordered (order card or online)
• $2.00 per magazine ordered (paper form or online)
• $2.00 per Reach Out Booklet (correct and complete) Online ordering for nuts and candy. 

Not only do the girls benefit, but the Fall Product Sale also allows the council to provide First Aid/CPR training for one representative per registered troop, equipment for facilities, start-up funds for troops, and underwrite GSUSA sponsored destinations (up to $500 scholarship) per girl per year.


In each Service Unit, entries in the Cookie Cart drawing will be awarded as follows:

·  Each troop who participates in the sale will receive one entry into the drawing.

·  Each troop who participated last year and has a 10% increase in total sales will receive one additional entry into the drawing for each 10% increment. For example, a troop that has an increase of 22% over their sales last year would receive two additional entries into the drawing.

·  In each Service Unit, the troop who participated last year and has the highest percent increase in total sales will receive one additional entry into the drawing.

Ashdon Farms has created exciting activities to help girls learn about the importance of teamwork and the ways in which they can make a difference as individuals and as part of a team. Girls are engaging in the Girl Scout Leadership Processes of Girl Led, Learning by Doing, and Cooperative Learning by asking questions, encouraging girls to make choices and decisions, and challenging them to plan and solve problems together. Through Girl Scouting, girls become leaders in their daily life and prepare for their bright future! Product Sales provides an important ingredient for leadership by helping girls develop five key skills: 


Goal Setting


Decision making


Money Management


People Skills


Business Ethics

Troop Fall Product Sale Manager Training

This online or face-to-face session is intended for ALL Troop Fall Product Managers and Troop Leaders. It will help you be prepared for planning, implementing and informing your girls and parents on the Fall Product Sale (nuts, candy, and magazines). This session will introduce you to the Fall Product Sale dates, benefits, product, recognitions (girl and troop), Nut.e online computer system, and paperwork. You will pick up the Fall Product materials from your Service Unit Fall Product Manager after completion of the course.

 *Volunteers must have a completed Background Check prior to attending/participating in the adult learning session. 

All Troop Fall Product Sale Managers must register online to attend/participate in the adult learning session. The online course opens on August 24. Registration closes on September 8. After you register, you will be sent a confirmation letter (within 24 hours – weekday or 48 hours – weekend) with further instructions. Materials must be picked up from your Service Unit Fall Product Manager after completion of the course (you must bring your certificate of completion). Online courses must be completed on or before September 12 (11:59 PM). When registering for the online option, look for the title of the training on the Adult Learning Calendar that is closest to the date you are registering. How long will it last? 1 hour (face-to-face) and 55 minutes (online)

To Register, use the following links:

Online, Fall Product Sale Training:

*Remember, online training is available at your convenience. However, you must register through eCouncil by picking the closest date.

August 26 online:

September 1 online -

September 8 online -

Face to Face, Fall Product Sale Training:

Columbia Service Center, Wednesday, September 7th at 6 PM:

Spartanburg Service Center, Thursday, September 8th at 6 PM:

Greenville Service Center, Friday, September 9th at 6 PM: