side menu icon

Please remember that GSWESTOK council events and curriculum are to be marketed using our council brand not GSUSA branding which is the logo with "Girl Scouts" alone with the profile faces. GSUSA branding can only be used on pieces that they approve and design. The following 3 logos can be used with our GSWESTOK council events and curriculum.

Marketing Resources

Recruitment Event Flyer (8.5x11)

Have a recruitment event to bring new girls to your Service Unit or Troop? Use our recruitment event flyer template! This artwork is pre-approved so you don't have to get your flyer approved by the council before distribution. 

Want to make your own event flyer?
Are you a community partner, Service Unit or Troop and would like to make a flyer to promote with? Download our Girl Scout Branding Guide (upades curretly being made) and create your own flyer that uses the correct branding guidelines given to us by GSUSA. This helps keep a more consistant message and look across all councils of Girl Scouts! Once your flyer is created it will need to be approved by our design team at Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma. You can send your flyer to Here are a few examples of flyers with the look and feel of Girl Scout Branding:

Girl Activities
Be Your Own Boss (Cookie Seller Resources)

Cookie Recipes

"I Bought Girl Scout Cookies" Stickers
Hand out stickers to your customers after they have purchased cookies. It will help speard the word that others are missing out on the goods!

Operation Cookie Drop Poster
Use this poster at your booth to advertise to customers that they can donate their cookies to our military troops and Regional Food Bank!

"I Donated My Cookies" Stickers
Give a sticker to your customers that donate cookies to Operation Cookie Drop to say Thank You to giving to our troops!

SONIC Girl Scout Cookie Recipe Cards
Made exclusively for Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma, the local SONIC Culinary Innovation team put together special recipes for us to try out and for girls to hand out to customers!

Council Resources