Mom Fired for Selling Girl Scout Cookies at Work

Bon Appetit Management Co. in Washington, D.C., says Tracy Lewis violated company policy.
0:33 | 03/22/13

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Not everyone appreciates Girl Scout Cookies a single mother and Washington DC aspired for selling Girl Scout Cookies on the job. Tracy Lewis has been selling the cookies at a convenience store for the last three years. But this year when -- trotted out boxes of Savannah smiles she found out her employers weren't laughing. Lewis says she was only trying to help her twelve year old daughter raise money for the Girl Scouts her employer -- that she committed gross misconduct. And had violated company policy.

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