The winners of our Not Just a Lemonade Stand Contest were recently honored at a party held at our Yardley-Makefield branch. Congratulations to the winners who include:
Grand Prize: Alex, Josh, and Jake Miller
Alex, Josh, and Jake recycled various treasures found at yard sales, garage sales, thrift stores, and flea markets. They re-sold these items through Amazon to people around the world, giving them new homes. The Millers are investing their proceeds back into their business and have also started saving for college.
Best Business Concept: Anya Link
Anya baked and decorated cupcakes for her “Cupcakes for Clefts” business. Anya created detailed lists to keep track of ingredients needed and advertising materials that she had to distribute. This plan allowed her to group her orders together and make sure her deliveries were on time. All of the money Anya made went to aid a child in China needing cleft surgery through the organization, Love Without Boundaries.
Best Marketing Plan: Caroline Son
Caroline created a business called “Bows, Bracelets, and Beyond” and sold bows, bracelets, and keychains at a local Rita’s Water Ice location. Caroline spread the word about her business through a Facebook and Instagram account, as well as through emails and text messages. Half of Caroline’s proceeds will be donated to the ASPCA and the rest will go toward a college fund.
Judge’s Choice: Daniella and Devianna Lepore
Daniella and Devianna started a business called “DJ and Dev’s Patriotic Soccer Socks” and used fabric spray paint to create soccer socks. The money they made will allow them to continue to play on their travel soccer teams.
The Not Just a Lemonade Stand Contest was made possible with the support of the Hamilton G. Disbrow Trust.