Meet the next generation of entrepreneurs! This year’s contest winners proved that they have what it takes to run a successful business, from hours spent peddling lemonade on the beaches of New Hampshire to the elaborate details that went into constructing their lemonade stands.
Kamalani and Brayden Fielder, Ages 9 & 6, Reston, Virginia
Lemonade Stand: Carmen and Pit’s lemonade stand
Money Earned: $1,700
Fun Fact: Siblings Kamalani and Brayden have become part of the local Farmer’s Market, sharing their lemonade with other vendors, and promoting environmental responsibility — they serve lemonade out of compostable cups!
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