How many times have we all seen the story, maybe it happened to our kids. Kid opens a lemonade/hot dog/whatever stand to make a bit of change in the summer, and some Permit Patty calls the government. Well, it’s happened again. Let’s let The Victory Girls tell us about it.
Jaequan Faulkner is a thirteen-year-old budding entrepreneur whom any parent would be proud to call their own. He’s the owner/operator of a hot dog stand in North Minneapolis, and what’s more — he’s been doing this for two years already.
It all started in 2016, when Jaequan asked his uncle, Jerome Faulkner, if he could borrow his hot dog roaster. Jaequan got the okay, and it was off to the races for him. He began selling hot dogs that summer to get money for clothes, but now he operates his stand out of sheer love for business. And people:
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