Woman With Down Syndrome Inspires Others With Successful Cookie Business

Collette Divitto, a 26-year-old woman with Down syndrome, runs her own cookie company in Boston.
1:23 | 12/15/16

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And it's time now for our great American Christmas cookie search. See these beautiful people behind me. We've had so many great submissions. Take a look. Good morning, America. Ooey gooey delicious. They are to die for. We set out to find the best Christmas cookie ever. Online submissions pouring in from every nook and cranny of the country. Roll the dough. Really thin. Never reroll your scraps. One woman's story left us wanting more. Love in cookies. Born with down syndrome, Colette never let that stop her. We spent a lot of years with people shutting doors on her. It's exciting. Reporter: Instead she start collettey's. God put her on Earth to change the way of thought for people around the country. Reporter: The orders have been rolling in. Over 50,000 cookies requested. Thank you so much. Reporter: Encouraging others to follow their dreams. These are our biggest hit. One cookie at a time.

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