SAN DIEGO -- A 9-year-old San Diego girl is using her cookie business to help support other businesses.
The 9-year-old, named Daniele, wrote a letter to Kenny Chen, the owner of Onyx Moto in Kearny Mesa, proposing a way to increase business.
Daniele is proposing that Chen use Girl Scout Cookies to sell more motorcycles.
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“You can give customers a box (of girl scout cookies) while they sign all those papers. They may even buy the second warranty,” the three-page letter reads.
“You have customers and they get hungry. Many have probably said they need to ‘go to lunch’ to talk over their decision to buy a motorcycle. Don’t let them leave! Give them a box of delicious Girl Scout Cookies instead.”
Chen said in a post on Instagram that he loves seeing such creativity and that he’ll be placing an order for some of the treats.
What a smart cookie!
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