Lemonade Day will teach kids about how to get down to business

Life will hand these kids lemons, but Lemonade Day will teach them about how to use those lemons to start a business

Posted on March 7, 2014 at 1:07 p.m.

Children and teenagers can now sign up for Lemonade Day on May 3, an experiential learning program which will teach young entrepreneurs about how to start a business and what to do when life hands them lemons.

Lessons will include how to plan, budget, advertise and find investors. Participants will then set up a lemonade stand where they will squeeze the profits out of their own lemons.

More than 200,000 kids participate in Lemonade Day across the country, according to their website. The goal of Lemonade Day is to inspire kids to work hard, make a profit and to "spend some, save some and share some by giving back to their community".

You can find out more about Elkhart's Lemonade Day and register for the event at their website.


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