To celebrate the Girl Scouts‘ cookie entrepreneurship program, the organization is setting up an exhibit at Galleria Dallas to highlight women entrepreneurs.
Until Feb. 27, the “Climb with Courage” display will be up on Level One near Apple. It will feature six local women leaders and entrepreneurs: Margie Aguilar, the president and founder of ISP Creative and the co-founder of Hey Chica!; Valerie Freeman, a founder and CEO of Imprimis Group, BravoTech and Freeman + Leonard; Kala Gerner, an entrepreneur with Simply Better Co., LLP and The DEI Gurus, LLC, as well as a business development coach with The KG Lifestyle; Hattie Hill, the president at CEO of the T.D. Jakes Foundation and the owner of Hattie Hill Enterprises, Inc.; Jin-Ya Huang, the founder of Break Bread, Break Borders; and Nina Vaca, the chairperson and CEO of Pinnacle Group.
There’s a social media contest coinciding with the display. For a chance to win a weekend stay at The Westin Galleria Dallas, a $500 Galleria Dallas gift card, four ice skating passes or a one-year supply of Girl Scout cookies, share on social media a photo of someone who has inspired you, use the hashtag #ClimbWithCourage and tag @GSNETX and @GalleriaDallas.
Throughout February, cookies are available to buy or donate at these days and times: 4-8 p.m. Fridays, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturdays and noon-6 p.m. Sundays.
You can also find other locations where cookies are being sold here.
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