Business Insider reports:
“In 2014, the Girl Scouts of Greater New York entered into a 15-year lease at 40 Wall Street,” Meridith Maskara, the CEO of the Girl Scouts of Greater New York, said in a statement provided to Insider by a spokeswoman for the Girl Scouts of The USA.
“As a matter of very high priority, our organization has been exploring options for getting out of the lease and the building,” Maskara said. “We continue to investigate our options and work to find an office space that would best serve the girls of New York City.”
The organization’s desire to wrest itself from its lease at a Trump property follows decisions by other groups to cut ties with the president.
The list of companies and organizations looking to cut business ties with President Trump after last week’s attack on the Capitol is getting longer. https://t.co/QlL3stsUoL
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