General Motors have announced a new sales strategy that will include recruiting Brownie girl scouts to help sell its cars.
This is just one of a number of initiatives said to be being actively considered by the car giant.
Other strategies include selling GM cars at circuses, zoos, county fairs and on Ebay.
"It is time to leave no new market untapped. If there is a space large enough to fit a GM car in at any event anywhere we'll be selling them there," said VP of the If We Can Fit One In We'll Sell It There Division.
Brownies who have a better than average cookie selling record are to be recruited across the country and they will be encouraged to sell GM cars alongside their cookies outside supermarkets using their 'understated but effective pester power'.
In a reciprocal deal with the Brownie movement, GM dealerships will also sell boxes of cookies and glasses of milk in their showrooms.
A spokesman for the new GM told this web site:
"The new GM is ready to face up to the challenges of the future. We will leave no stone unturned, no customer untapped, no strategy unstrategised."