Danielle Lei, a 13-year-old girl from San Francisco, is going places.

She's business savvy and will most likely be the CEO of a big company one day.

Why, you may ask?

Because she had the brilliant idea to set up her Girl Scout Cookies sale table in a very prime location: outside of a medical marijuana dispensary. In just two hours, she sold 117 boxes of the wonderful treats!

Meanwhile, the Girl Scouts of Colorado saw that story from California and got worried.

In response, they issued a statement saying that their policy "doesn't allow girls to sell cookies outside of any adult-oriented business, whether that is a bar, strip club, casino, liquor store or marijuana dispensary."

Seems like the Girl Scouts of Colorado are missing out on a huge opportunity here! Cookie sales could go through the roof!

There's no word yet if the Girl Scouts of California are changing their policy. The same for Oregon, which also has legal sales of marijuana, and in the rest of the ol' U.S.A.