To get there, the 55 girls in the troop must each sell 500 boxes of Girl Scout Cookies.
Pam Johnson, whose daughter Aliyah Johnson is a senior Girl Scout in the troop, said the girls are very motivated to sell.
Troop 4105 and Scouts across North Georgia are taking cookie orders through Feb. 8.
Cookie lovers can place orders for Thin Mints, Samoas, Tagalongs, Trefoils, Do-Si-Dos and Savannah Smiles. Cookies are $3.50 per box.
Troops have been taking orders since Jan. 4; they get 62 cents for each box of cookies they sell.
Johnson said proceeds will help cover the motor coach to Orlando and Disney ticket expenses. Parents will pay hotel costs for the girls.
Last year Troop 4105, which meets at the Fairview Recreational Center, sold 11,280 boxes or 940 cases of cookies. With the $6,993.60 the troop made, the girls went to Wildness Lodge Water Park Resort in Tennessee.
To help boost orders, some South DeKalb Girl Scouts in the 12-troop Henriettes Service Unit will attend a cookie rally on Jan. 19 at Bethel Fellowship Hall in Stockbridge. During the 1:30-3:30 p.m. pep rally, girls will engage in a variety of events to energize them about cookie selling.
This year, Girl Scouts will be using smartphones to process credit card payments for cookies for customers who don’t have cash. They also have a Cookie Locator app for iPhone or Android telephones that allows customers to find Girl Scout Cookies on sale close to them.
Cookies will arrive between Feb. 8 and 10 and Johnson said that troops will have booths at Kroger on Flat Shoals Parkway in Decatur starting Feb. 11.
Shanese Mark, leader of Troop 22408 at Narvie J. Harris Elementary School in Decatur, says her girls will do about four booth sales this year. She says the annual cookie sales support educational field trips, service projects and other leadership activities for the girls.
“It allows them to experience things they wouldn’t normally be exposed to, and they can be introduced to it in a safe environment,” said Mark, who has been troop leader for four years.
She said her troop has been to Zoo Atlanta and the Georgia Aquarium, and last year, the girls raised enough money to take a trip to Chattanooga, where they visited Ruby Falls, Rock City and the Incline Railway, one of the steepest passenger railways in the world.
The annual Girl Scout Cookie Sale program helps teach girls important life skills such as basic financial literacy, the development of goals and budgets, and the implementation of a plan.
The program also provides marketing and merchandising skills, the development of presentation skills and team building among other business training.
For information on cookie booth locations around the metro area, visit www.showmethecookies.com.