SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KSFY) - They're here, Sioux Falls.
Trucks arrived Friday to drop off hundreds of thousands of Girl Scout cookies.
Many volunteers came out to help unload all of the boxes.
Leaders with Dakota-Horizons, the local Girl Scouts organization, said each girl sets an individual goal for selling cookies, and Friday's delivery was the result of that.
Volunteers said they want to do what they can to help.
"This is a great opportunity for us to volunteer," Andrew Henning said. "There's so many girls out there that sit out in the cold weather at Walmart, at Ace Hardware, at Sunshine, all these places where these girls are selling these cookies at, it's easy for us to be out here for a couple hours in the cold knowing that they do it too."
The most popular Girl Scout cookie is the Thin Mint, but in the Upper Midwest it is the Samoa.