We recently ran a story about some kids in Denver who had their lemonade stand shut down for operating it without a permit. Apparently, this is a more common problem than we thought. Country Time Lemonade is taking a stand on the issue and it’s awesome.
US News reports:
Country Time to Cover Kids’ ‘Illegal’ Lemonade Stands
Stories of local authorities shutting down or fining childrens’ lemonade stands for improper permitting and operating without business licenses have grabbed headlines across the nation in recent years. Such was the case over Memorial Day weekend when Denver authorities forced a group of kids to close shop after vendors at a nearby arts festival reportedly called the police to complain. Without a temporary vending permit in line with the city ordinance, the three brothers, ages 2 to 6, had no choice but to close.
See the full story here.
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