Charlotte McCourt, of South Orange, made her sales pitch in a letter to her father's friend, Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs fame. She told him some of cookies' descriptions were false advertising and she rated the cookies on a scale of 1 to 10.
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Trefoils: "This is a plain peanut butter cookie that pairs nicely with a hot drink".
"As a venture capitalist, I would die if all entrepreneurs were so honest with the company's presentations they give me", Mendelson said.
McCourt has far exceeded her goal of selling 300 boxes and is on track to break the current sales record of 18,107 boxes, according to Good Housekeeping.
On the Somoa, "wow, the Somoa, I give it a nine!"
One review read, "The Toffee-tastic is a bleak, flavorless, gluten-free wasteland. The Samoas have wonderful flavor". "I'm telling you, it's as flavorless as dirt", Rowe read.
On the Tagalongs, "if you don't like peanut butter, do not buy this cookie". For example, if the inventory of chocolaty, uber-popular Thin Mints runs out, Sophia doesn't pass up the opportunity to make a sale.