updated - February 20, 2020 Thursday EST
A girl scout received national attention Sunday after selling a record-breaking 18,107 girl scout cookie boxes, according to television station KOCO.
"I was just really, really happy," Francis told television station KOCO. "I started dancing around. I was excited that I had made it. For the last two years, I beat the state record and it just seemed like the national record was next on the list," Katie Francis told KOCO.
"There are three ingredients to the cookie sale. It takes lots of time, commitment and asking everybody I see.
Francis' mother DeLee transports her around in the family sports utility vehicle whether it's from school or to Katie's dance class.
"It takes a lot of time and a lot of adrenalin laughs her mother. But it's a lot of fun, too," DeLee told KOCO in a statement.
"It's a lot of fun and I'm really good at it. Cookie selling is just so much fun to me," Katie told KOCO.
Francis, who is in the sixth grade at Hefner Middle School in Oklahoma City hopes to sell a minimum 20,000 boxes at or before the end of March, and 100,000 in her life.
Other girl scouts have risen to fame while selling the popular sweet including a mother and daughter duo who sold 117 boxes after heading to a medical marijuana clinic in San Francisco.
The number is a record compared to the 80 boxes she was able to market off in two hours at a Safeway the following day Mashable reported.
Carol normally brings her two daughters, including Danielle, to sell girl scout cookies at different spots throughout San Francisco. Some have included other medical marijuana clinics, with the Green Cross visit being their initial one.
Danielle Lei and mother Carol were stocked with many kinds of the organization's famous cookies including Tagalongs, Dulce de Leches Mashable reported.
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