City business regulations target Girl Scouts

By U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Savannah-area Girl Scouts got a tough lesson in business regulation and competition when they were banned from selling cookies in front of the childhood home of their founder, Juliette Gordon Low. After decades of selling in front of the house, Savannah’s zoning administrator received a complaint that the girls were selling on the public sidewalk, which violates city ordinance.

Source: Savannah Morning News, February 26, 2011

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