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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- If your Valentine's Day candy is starting to run low, we have some good news.
Girl Scout cookies have come into town. Cars lined up at Berger Allied Warehouse in Louisville Saturday morning to pick up packages for the Girl Scouts to distribute. Organizers say the warehouse holds more than a million boxes of the cookies.
The cookies have been preordered or will be sold at local booths starting February 21, according to the organization. This includes all the classics like Samoas, Thin Mints, and Tagalongs.
Girl Scouts of Kentuckian CEO Lora Tucker says the program teaches girls many important skills. "This program is the largest girl run business in the world," she said. "They learn decision making, business ethics, money management, people skills and they learn goal setting."