Corrigan Moving Systems Hosts Successful Cookie Drop For National Girl Scout Cookie Day
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., February 8, 2013 – Farmington Hills, Mich.-based Corrigan Moving Systems, a relocation company dedicated to elevating the moving experience for families and businesses, partnered with Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan to host a successful pick-up of more than 4,000 cases of Girl Scout Cookies for local troops on Thursday, Feb. 7, in preparation for National Girl Scout Cookie Day. Corrigan President David P. Corrigan made the announcement.
With Friday, Feb. 8, being National Girl Scout Cookie Day, Girl Scouts from a number of troops and their families lined their vehicles up outside Corrigan’s headquarters Thursday evening to pick up their cookie orders. Corrigan moving experts helped load 48,000 boxes of cookies into the Girl Scouts’ vehicles.
“As a family-owned and operated company, it is inspiring to see the type of leadership and values this great organization provides to our youth in metro Detroit,” said Corrigan Operations Manager Dan Winger. “We are proud of our more than 20-year partnership with the Girl Scouts, and we look forward to many more years.”
As the sole distributor of Girl Scout Cookies for the southeast Michigan troops, Corrigan had more than 100,000 cases stored in its Dearborn facility, 45,000 cases in its Auburn Hills warehouse and 25,000 cases at its headquarters in Farmington Hills, for a grand total of more than 170,000 cases, or 2,040,000 boxes of cookies, in metro Detroit.
Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan serves more than 26,500 girls in grades K-12 in nine counties. Chartered by Girl Scouts of the USA, Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan builds girls of courage, confidence and character.