- Committed twin sisters, Kamara and Kamera, were able to run their lemonade business to success despite initial criticism
- With the help of their father, Quentin Lawyer, and their loyal customers, their small company is doing well
- At the beginning of the business, they were called out for not having a permit to operate in Savannah Georgia
Seven-year-old twin sisters, Kamara and Kamera, have become very popular for their lemonade business called the Twin-Monade in America, Savannah Georgia.
Their business is so famous that people wait up to one hour to be served. This did not come easy but thanks to people who initially questioned them if they had a permit for the lemonade company, FacetoFace Africa reports.
In portraying how they showed courage in the dire face of adversity, the twins said: “They tried to put us down, so we… “bossed up!”
Their father, Quentin, said it was all fun setting the business up for his daughters until a white woman said the family probably did not have the permission to run
“A lady came in and was like, ‘I bet they don’t have a licence.’ And other people were like, ‘how do you know that?’ and she was like, ‘I seriously doubt it,’” their dad explained.
With that comment, they were able to get the necessary permit and the business has been growing in leaps and bounds.
A customer, Melyssa Amann, said it is a good thing that their father did not let them shut down despite the initial criticism, adding that she would continue to give the twins her support.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 10-year-old girl vowed to make kids happy during this pandemic period as they stay indoors.
Chelsea Phaire from Danbury has sent out 1,500 art kits as a way to positively affect kids' spirits. The kits contain things like markers, crayons, papers, colouring books, coloured pencils among others, and they are distributed to kids through shelter homes and schools.
Candance Phaire, her mom, said that her daughter has always begged them at home to start a charity since she was seven years old.
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"She was so persistent, every couple of months she would ask, 'Are we starting Chelsea's Charity yet?' When she was turning 10, she asked us again, and we decided it was time to go for it,” her mom said.
It should be noted that the charity was launched on her birthday in August 2019 as she asked her party guests to make donations towards it instead of her birthday gifts.
With that set of donations, she sent her first 40 kits to some less privileged kids. In five months, she and her mom had given out close to 1,000 kits.
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