When I saw this piece on the Girl Scout that sold over 17,000 boxes of cookies, my immediate thought was that whoever married her was probably going to be set financially. After all, with a go-getter like that for a wife, it seems like the couple would be destined to do well (as long as they could control their spending, of course -- you have to play both great offense and defense to do well financially.)
So why did I think this? Because if you can sell, you can make a great deal of money. And someone that has the drive and ability to sell that many boxes of Girl Scout cookies certainly has the drive and skill to make it big in her career.
Ok, this post is obviously a bit tongue-in-cheek. Before I get blasted in the comments let me say that I know there are many more important reasons to marry than for money. But I did (and still do) think she'd make a great catch -- assuming all the other factors were met, of course.
Hey, I just noticed, she's from Michigan. I wonder if she'd wait a few years until my son is ready to be married. ;-)