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11-Year-Old Entrepreneur Overcomes Autism, Store Can’t Keep His Lemonade In Stock

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Customers of The Market on 25th all came looking for one product but “it was already gone,” according to an employee there. The product is Breezzy’s Lemonade and the CEO is 11-year-old, Aubrie Green. Aubrie had one simple idea and he chose to pursue it. When the rest of the world told him that an autistic child couldn’t, Aubrie just chose to make lemonade — literally.

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There are a list of folks that has helped us get this far. @visualconceptionz2 took on my logo and media with nothing but a visual of greatness. @momagerfeethatsme worked many miles away with promoting every minute.. @chowtime_chefjah for dedicated his time and effort in processing the Lemonade. @teammucho3j for offering us a production kitchen with pleasure. @originalronniesbbq for giving us our first opportunity to work a lemonade stand. @themarketat25th for opening their doors to accepting me as the youngest vendor in the building. @water80y for being are certified lemonade connoisseur. @view_masta for capturing such amazing pictures on demand. @theballoonboss_ for being there to decorate and bring the best lemonade towers to my events. And to my mom @_ceydriax2 for grinding and putting in the footwork like no other. Breezzy’s lemonade will like to say thank you to everyone that has supported him, that’s in the process of supporting him and that’s praying and wishing greatness for him 🍋 . . . . .. . .. . . . . 🍋 . . 🍋 #rvafood #richmondrva #kidboss #nojobistobig #nojobistosmall #kidsinthekitchen #teamchefjah #blackenterprise #daretobedifferent #blackdollarsmatter #rva #kidentrepreneur #blackentrepreneur #kidpreneurs #kidpreneur #richmondva #breezzyslemonade #shoplocal #supportblackbusiness #shoplocalrva #rvaenterprenuer #buyblack #blackbusinessmatters #blackwealth #blackbusiness #blackowned #vsu #blacksucess #blackentrepreneurs #blackkings

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Aubrie sent his mom a picture one day of a lemon squeezer at Bed, Bath & Beyond. It was on sale for $19.99 and Aubrie wanted it. Aubrie’s mom bought it and that day her son went to work, perfecting his lemonade recipe. Aubrie’s mom took some of the lemonade to work and it was a big hit. At first it was cups, then pouches and then whole jugs were necessary to accommodate the demand. It was clear that Aubrie had something special and Breezzy’s Lemonade was born.

Aubrie was given the opportunity next to get his lemonade on the shelves at The Market on 25th, a community grocery store. The market, in fact, has a Black farmer inclusion strategy. Aubrie’s lemonade was an instant success, so much so that the store has struggled to keep it in stock. Breezzy’s has also branched out, adding an entire line of flavors: Plain Jane, Grade-Ade, Tango Mango, Striker and Dragonfruit.

According to his mother, Aubrie never intended to sell his lemonade. He still rolls every single lemon, before squeezing it. Aubrie is passionate about what he’s creating and the people certainly love it. He’s only 11 and there’s no way to predict how high this young man will rise.

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D'Juan Hopewell
D'Juan Hopewell
I care about Black Power. Period. Currently working on creating jobs and funding new startups on the South Side of Chicago and writing here and there at HopewellThought.com. Follow me @HopewellThought.
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