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Cookie Club of America is a Nevada Corporation with its current operational office in Escondido, California.

We are seeking one million dollars to rollout and market our full military line of cookies and to acquire new licensed properties.

We project that an initial two hundred and fifty thousand dollars will allow us to create separate military service dies necessary to make unique cookies for each service, as well as design and manufacture separate packaging to propel us to getting into revenue.

Project Overview

Cookie Club of America (CCA), has been reformed on May 23, 2018 as a Nevada Corporation. We intend to take advantage of the new federal corporate tax rates, Nevada’s preferable state tax structure, the addition of Crowd Funding and significant advances in ecommerce and affiliate programs.

The proposed business of Cookie Club of America will initially produce and sell cookies embossed with all seven service emblems of our United States Armed Forces.

The cookies will also help benefit military families through the National Military Family Association (NMFA), with package branding, an NMFA cookie, and product and cash donations.

A founding element and main delineation from other companies is that all future cookie lines will also support some socially beneficial cause in-order to be considered as a client.

The Cookies: Are a delicious buttery shortbread style cookie wrapped in rich inspiring packaging honoring our military service personnel past, present and into the future. We are currently in the process of finalizing the cookie formulation, after which will determine final dimensions for separate service packaging and product displays.

Market Acceptance: Tons of cookies have shipped to our troops and bring comfort to recovering service men and women at Walter Reed Army Medical Center Hospitals and VA Hospitals around the world. Our cookies have entertained high level Washington Dignitaries and Military Brass including; The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Secretary of Defense, and the President of the United States.

  • The estimated military market includes 140 million people (retired military, friends and family), extending far beyond the 1.2 million on active duty.

Our Military Broker: C.R. McMullen and Robert Jury & Associates, has been in business for forty (40) years with offices and a retail store inside the Pentagon. They are very excited about the cookies and look forward to getting started. With over $3 Billion in military sales, we are very confident in their abilities.

Our Affiliate Program: CCA intends to provide a robust affiliate program that will deliver any of the estimated 45,000 military non-profits the ability to resell our cookies and raise money in support of their specific focus, at no cost to them for inventory, shipping or handling.

CCA fulfillment intends to process the sale, then pack and ship cookies directly to the end buyer. CCA would pay the affiliate non-profit the retail spread similar to what a typical retailer would earn. The idea is to provide a simple three (3) step mechanism for them to raise money without spending money up front, unless they choose to do so.

Example of the Three (3) Step Process:

  1. A military non-profit sells cookies through an online outlet or partner site.
  2. The order passes a cookie (pun intended), which logs the sale as originating from the non-profit.
  3. CCA retains the wholesale cost, sales tax and shipping costs and deposits the retail spread into non-profits merchant account on a weekly / monthly basis.

We also intend to utilize a 1-800 call center and process mail-in paper order forms with pre-printed affiliate codes as many older veterans/Americans just do not own computers nor trust them. We are in discussions with several large high-profile entities and look forward to their on-boarding process.

The above example is our way of trying to solve the problem that hinders MOST ALL non-profits. Most have limited funds and capabilities to help them truly raise money and increase awareness of the non-profit. This is true of not only military non-profits, but the non-profit world in general. They are constantly seeking donations or trying to figure out additional ways to do so.

Our affiliate model could provide the entire non-profit world a tasty mechanism that easily AND inexpensively maximizes their fund raising efforts, while conserving precious capital.

The Company has been approached and at the appropriate time intends to deploy this same model and expand our cookie lines to other Nationally Recognized properties that may Include: Professional Sports - Major Universities – and Corporate Clients. The management of these assets throughout various times of the year will optimize production and revenues.

Podcast: Founder and CEO, Cliff Smith recently appeared on Mapable USA Podcast hosted by Ron Costa and Ron Sukenick talk about the company and the Crowd Funding Process.

We encourage you to spread the word and join us in honoring and support the Men and Women currently serving in the Military, their families and our Veterans.


Clifford J. Smith

President / Founder
Mr. Smith brings twenty-eight years experience in the management of for-profit organizations including Board of Directors governance and policy. Mr. Smith has a proven ability to manage complex issues and large portfolios of responsibilities. An experienced senior-level planner and administrator, Mr. Smith has implemented corporate management structures, policies and procedures, operational systems and controls throughout his career.
Served as former President of 1st Net Technologies, Inc. Through public speaking engagements, Mr. Smith won over new clients and business relationships providing investor relations services for publicly traded companies. Conducted various investor relations workshops at several “Money Shows” and Regional Investment Banker’s Association Conferences in Washington, D.C. and San Francisco.
Cliff was heavily involved in the opening of multiple food and beverage outlets, throughout five new full-service hotels, for the Marriott Corporation. Hotels included: Boston Copley, Long Island NY, Westchester NY, Newark Airport Marriott, and the New York City Marriott Marquis. Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.) Food Service Management and Business Administration, from Montclair College in New Jersey. Associates of Applied Science Degree (AAS) in Hotel Restaurant Management with a Minor in Nutrition from Bergen Community College, Paramus, New Jersey.

Derek Scallet

Chief Financial Officer / Treasurer
An Executive and Strategic Advisor with an extensive background in acquisition, divestiture, restructuring, start-up, and mature operation within production, distribution, and service companies, ranging from $10 million regional operations to $1 billion plus multinational environments.
Mr. Scallet has managed or advised organizations from start-ups to mature operations, in companies with regional to international presence, ranging from under $10 million to $1 billion plus in revenues, from 40 to 4,000 employees.
Mr. Scallet has successfully represented organizations with investors, financial institutions and analysts, strategic operating partners and outside reporting agencies, including negotiations for new financing, acquisitions and divestitures. Mr. Scallet has established strategic and tactical, financial and operational policies and procedures in a wide array of market sectors, including: high-technology; manufacturing; aerospace; oil and gas; wholesale distribution; commercial real estate investment and construction; and portfolio management.
Mr. Scallet graduated Summa Cum Laude, with a BS in Accounting, San Diego State University, graduating in the top five in his class from the School of Business Administration. Course work emphasized finance, economics and management. Member of Beta Gamma Sigma and Phi Kappa Phi honor societies.

Roxanne M. Georggin

Vice President Sales / Marketing
Ms. Georggin brings over twenty-five years of knowledge and resources to our company. She possesses a wealth of experience in consumer products including; Liquor, Food, Clothing, Real Estate and Software Sales. Her expertise in Business Development, CRM, Product Conception, Manufacturing, Assembly, and Packaging, Fulfillment, Logistics and Shipping will prove valuable for the Company as we move ahead with our plans. Her relationships within the wholesale, retail community and overall expertise in consumer marketing, will be a powerful asset for us to grow our business as we continue to branch out while building our portfolio. Ms. Georggin graduated with a B.S in Human Performance & Psychology, from San Jose State University.

Stephan Jan Meyers, Esq

General Council / Securities
Mr. Meyers serves as our corporate and securities attorney. He has over 29 years of experience as a business law attorney. He specializes in working with emerging and high growth companies, assisting them to develop proper corporate strategies, license their technologies, form strategic alliances and raise capital in compliance with state and federal securities laws.
Before relocating to San Diego in 2000, Mr. Meyers worked in-house with several publicly traded and pre-IPO companies in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, as well as maintained a private practice. Immediately preceding this move, Mr. Meyers was the sole in-house counsel for a B2B e-Commerce company before its IPO. Mr. Meyers negotiated and drafted all of the company’s license agreements, including those with international computer manufacturers, telecommunications providers and commercial retailers. He also created a score of strategic partners and joint marketing arrangements. Mr. Meyers held in-house legal and/or Business Development positions with several publicly traded Bay area companies: National Semiconductor, Amstar Corporation, a systems integrator of unified communications products and a video networking company.
Mr. Meyers began his career as an Enforcement Attorney with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission in its San Francisco office. Mr. Meyers has been a judge for the Annual International Collegiate Business Strategy Competition, which is co-hosted by San Jose State University and the University of San Diego. Mr. Meyers also serves as an instructor in Licensing and Securities Laws Compliance for CEO Space, Inc., which hosts weeklong residential training sessions for entrepreneurs.
Mr. Meyers received his law degree from The University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, Boalt Hall. Mr. Meyers’ undergraduate education was at the University of London, England and Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, from which he graduated with a degree in economics with honors.

CCA Board of Advisors

Mark Aceino

Mark Aceino, is the Customer Business Lead at The Kraft Heinz Company. He has an extensive track record of success in sales execution, strategy & planning, trade marketing and category management within the consumer-packaged goods industry, with particular prevalent focus, in the grocery, drug and military retail channels. Specialties: The application of Category Management principles to sales and marketing of consumer products. Strategic use of syndicated and retailer proprietary consumption and panel data in the sales process. Trade promotions strategic planning and budget management.

Oscar M. Ancira, Jr.

Oscar M. Ancira, Jr. was the Director of Corporate Communications for Delimex, a leading producer and distributor of high-quality frozen Mexican foods, with annual sales of over $100 million. He was responsible for the company’s external communications, including promoting the Delimex name in the trade and financial markets. His duties included marketing communications, industry relations and media relations.
Mr. Ancira joined Delimex in 1985 as Vice President of Sales and between 1985 and 1993 he grew the company’s sales from $500,000 to $47 million. He established the company’s position as the leading supplier to warehouse club stores, and today the company services over 80% of the warehouse clubs in the nation. From 1991 to 1993, Mr. Ancira also served as President of the San Diego Sockers, a major league indoor soccer franchise. The Sockers won the league championship in the 1991-92 season. Mr. Ancira became President of Delimex in 1994, responsible for all company operations in the United States. He achieved sales growth of 80% from 1994 to 1997 while maintaining a strong profitability level. He dramatically expanded the company’s position as a supplier to supermarkets during this period, pushed two Delimex items to the #1 and #2 positions in the Mexican frozen food category among supermarket customers and oversaw the construction of a 91,000-square-foot, $11-million manufacturing plant in San Diego.
In 1997, Fenway Partners, a venture capital firm, purchased family-owned Delimex. Mr. Ancira remained with the company as Vice President of Sales. In 1997 and 1998 he grew sales 15% and increased penetration of retail distribution channels by 35%. In 1998, he became Vice President of Club and Private Label Sales, a position he held until assuming his current responsibilities in 1999. He holds a degree in computer science from Monterrey Tech in Monterrey, Mexico and a Master’s of Business Administration in finance from National University.

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