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Trauth Dairy donates proceeds to local Girl Scouts

 

 

By Sheila Gray – bio | email

 

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) –

Louis Trauth Dairy is teaming with the Girl Scouts of Western Ohio to help local scouts and save customers some money.

From February 19 to March 21, Louis Trauth Dairy donate a portion of its milk sales to the girls who sell America's most popular cookies.

In addition to the donation, Trauth General Manager Gary Sparks says the dairy is also giving milk lovers a chance to save money. During the promotional period, Girl Scouts will be handing out the coupons at sales booths at select locations while supplies last. With each Girl Scout Cookie purchase, consumers will get a coupon for a $1.00 off a gallon of Trauth Milk.

"We're excited about our partnership with Girl Scouts of Western Ohio," said Sparks. "Girl Scouts of Western Ohio has a tradition of changing the lives of tens of thousands of western Ohio and southeastern Indiana girls for almost 100 years, and we're happy to contribute to that wonderful tradition."

"Girl Scouts of Western Ohio is thrilled Louis Trauth has chosen to contribute to our council," said Barbara J. Bonifas, Girl Scouts of Western Ohio CEO. "Their contribution is an investment in the future of the nearly 50,000 girls we serve. It will help us provide support to our local troops, operate camps and provide financial assistance to girls who can't afford membership dues."


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