Every year I get so excited when I see kids working hard waiting for thirsty folks like myself to walk up and ask for a warm lemonade on a scorching hot day. I respect the hustle so I will always fork over a dollar to quench my thirst. What will happen to these young entrepreneurs during a pandemic? Will, young entrepreneurs still be able to set up shop out front of their parental units home?

Country Time Lemonade isn't going to let young dreamers have their hearts crushed so they are sending out $100 bailout checks to the proud owners of lemonade stands all over the U.S.

We know this will be a rough summer for lemonade stands. And if the big guys are getting bailed out, why shouldn't we help the littlest entrepreneurs get the same treatment? - Country Time

“The Littlest Bailout,” is for children ages 14 years and younger. These eligible child lemonade stand owners can receive their $100 if they have had to close up shop due to due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to be eligible, the young hustlers must submit a short essay explaining how they plan to spend their stimulus check and a picture of the lemonade stand that will go unused for the summer.

Parents you can get the application process started at countrytimebailout.com. You have until August 12th to submit the application and keep in mind each household is only allowed one submission.

According to the rules listed on their website the company plans to give out 1,000 pre-loaded cash gift cards.


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