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Episode 5: Keith Boyd

KeithBoydKeith Boyd – Keith’s Ice Cold Beverages
Keith Boyd is a ten year old with many aspirations. Although he was born with Cerebral Palsy, a condition that affects his mobility as well as his ability to speak, he doesn’t let that stop him from dreaming of the possibilites! He has been on an amazing journey in the last decade. Some of his interests are baseball, fishing and boating, surfing the internet, and spending time with family and friends. He loves adventure! Keith is the CEO of Keith’s Ice Cold Lemonade Stand, as well as the expansion company, Keith’s Ice Cold Beverages. Look for Keith’s Ice Cold Beverages in grocery stores in 2015!

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Episode 4: Hart Main

Hart_Main picHart Main – Man Cans
Hart started his company in November of 2010 when he was 13. The thought, “Why don’t people sell candles with scents that men like?”, came to him when his sister was selling candles for a school fundraiser. He took this idea and ran with it.  A very unique aspect of the company is that the cans the candles come in are the byproduct of soup, donated by Hart, to local soup kitchens. Little did he know that an idea of selling man scented candles would lead to an opportunity to feed so many people. From year one to year two ManCans expanded our kitchens from 7 in Ohio to 25 in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

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Episode 3: Robert Nay

robert-nay-picRobert Nay – Bubble Ball
Most new mobile gaming apps get a few hundred downloads in the first weeks after launch. Fourteen-year-old Robert Nay’s Bubble Ball app made him an overnight success by earning over $2 million in the game’s first two weeks. Three years later, Nay’s first game has been downloaded over 16 million times, making this young prodigy, now 17, a very successful entrepreneur indeed. He continues to develop games under his own brand, Nay Games.

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Episode 2: Jordan Williams & Brandon Iverson

Jordan-BrandonJordan Williams and Brandon Iverson – Young Moguls Brand
15 year-olds Jordan Williams and Brandon Iverson are entrepreneurs, public speakers, and authors from Atlanta, GA. The duo started their first company at age ten. They are now the owners and founders of Making Money For Teens. Even at their young age, Jordan and Brandon have used their years of experience to turn their company into a huge success. They frequently speak at conferences, schools, and youth groups throughout the country.

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Episode 1: Remmi Smith

remmi-picRemmi Smith – Cook Time with Remmi
During her 14 years on Earth, Remmi Smith has achieved more than most people do in their entire lifetime. As the host of her own healthy cooking show, Cook Time with Remmi, she inspires children all over the country to live in wellness. Remmi’s Italian salad dressing is sold at Whole Foods Market and other specialty stores. She has also authored a cookbook, Global Cooking for Kids, which features healthy recipes from around the world. Remmi is the Student Ambassador for Sodexo, who serves her recipes in over 4,000 schools across the country. Remmi has partnered with national non-profit No Kid Hungry2 to help feed children in need.

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Episode 00: Intro

Man-on-top-of-mountainThe Lemonade Stand Podcast Series is geared towards entrepreneurs and  future entrepreneurs of all ages. Interviews and discussions are focused on the brilliant and creative young entrepreneurs that have successfully started and have ran their own companies, and the rewards and challenges that they encountered in the process. Darron and  Dan Nilsson produce and host this fun, intelligent, and insightful show, exploring what it takes for young entrepreneurs to turn an idea into a working business.