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Everybody's Favorite First Business: Lemonade Stand

 

Today's Snack: A great way to expand any business is to add a new product. So if you are excited about starting a lemonade stand, that is great. But today, try making some limeade. Would you like to sell it, too?

 

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Notebook, scratch paper and pen or pencil

 

 

Setting up a lemonade stand in the front yard is probably the most common first business that most American young people try. It's easy and fun: prepare lemonade, make signs, have cups, set a price, pick a good timeframe to be "open," have a cashbox or change ready, and there you go!

 

If you want to start a "movement" in your community and involve lots more kids and families, join National Lemonade Day! It was started in Texas by a dad who believes it is important to teach kids entrepreneurial skills really young, to help our country grow.

 

You can download helpful information from the website to learn how to set up a lemonade stand business and make it prosper, whether you are in business for an hour or for years.

 

On the first Sunday in May, kids all over the country are setting up lemonade stands using the advice on this website. They often donate part of their profits to a worthy charity. Then they report how they did to the website:

 

www.lemonadeday.org

 

By Susan Darst Williams www.AfterSchoolTreats.com Business 06 2014

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