Girl Scout Targets Marijuana Dispensary
Danielle Lei, the entrepreneurial San Francisco Girl Scout who made international headlines in 2014 with her sales table’s location — in front of a medical marijuana dispensary — is back for another year and is already cleaning house.
Lei braved the oncoming winter storm Sunday to set up her booth in front of The Green Cross dispensary — a permitted shop in the south of San Francisco. Again, Lei cleaned up on dispensary customers, as marijuana is a clinically proven appetite stimulant.
Lei reports selling a total of 208 boxes in about two hours Sunday — nearly doubling her four-day sales campaign total to 560. “That’s pretty cool,” Lei wrote The Green Cross. “ I would not have sold that many in four days if I did not sell in front of your store.”
The super trooper has to sell 440 more boxes to reach her 1,000-box goal and is likely to return to The Green Cross this week.
San Francisco’s long-regulated medical cannabis dispensaries have a sterling safety record.
Danielle’s mother Carol supervises the sales, and said last year that she brings her daughters to different parts of the city each year to teach them about different sub-cultures in the City.
Girl Scouts in Colorado are banned from selling near cannabis outlets, reports indicate. But Girl Scouts in Arizona and elsewhere have run with Lei’s idea.
Article from: http: blog.sfgate.com