Start Your Lemonade Business with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

June 30, 2010 at 1:19 pm 2 comments

WHAT: 5 Youth to Participate in a Mini-Lemonade Day with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

WHERE: Washington, D.C.

WHEN: Wednesday, July 14 **UPDATE: Date TBA**

CONTACT: Esther Lee, National Lemonade Day Team, ( 713) 400-9328 or

Register today to take part — spaces are limited and will be given on a first-come, first-served basis.

Prepared 4 Life is searching for five Washington, D.C.-area youth ages 9 to 14 to participate in a mini-Lemonade Day for a special event hosted by the United States Chamber of Commerce to promote entrepreneurship.

Youth will run their lemonade stand business with an audience of  representatives from Congress and national media among others. Each budding entrepreneur will be given $100 in advance to purchase supplies and let their creativity shine.

Participants are required to build and bring their lemonade stand with lemonade, cups and others supplies to successfully run their business.

Find inspiration for your stand on the Lemonade Day Flickr page.



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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Rosanne Dillon  |  March 7, 2011 at 6:43 pm

    Does anyone know if the proposed bill below will allow our kids to have lemonade stands without a TX food permit? If so we should call our state senators and representatives in support of it.

    On March 16th an important hearing may be happening in Austin concerning the new Food Freedom Bill ( HB 75/ SB 237, Health and Human Services Committee hearing) introduced last week. Besides legalizing the distribution of raw milk, it will also allow cottage industry homemade jams, pickles, breads, etc. to be produced without a commercial kitchen license (if sales are under $250K). This is an important issue for our local food economy!!! Think about all those good homemade items brought to the farmer’s market!!!

  • 2. Lemonade Day  |  March 7, 2011 at 7:49 pm

    Thanks for the heads of Rosanne! We’ll check on it and see if we can find an answer.


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