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Todd Myers, Director, Center for the Environment, October, 2012
The Seattle Times published this column on October 10, 2012
As far as business models go, it is hard to beat the lemonade stand. The costs — lemons, cups, sugar — are paid by the parents. Kids have no overhead and receive all the profit.
Further, the young, cold-beverage proprietors have a built-in demand from neighbors willing to overpay for lemonade sold by kids.