Pleasant Hill, CAUSA
May 2, 2012
I am the Sponsorship Coordinator for Lemonade Alley. Lemonade Alley is a free contest that enhances the entrepreneurial skills of K-12 students as they sell lemonade for charity. ING DIRECT is sponsoring contests in eight cities, including San Francisco, and winning teams from each mainland contest receive all-expense-paid trips to Honolulu August 14-Visit http://www.lemonadealley.com for contest details and sponsorship opportunities. Building on its successful debut in Hawaii last fall, the Lemonade Alley kid-biz competition is expanding to San Francisco and six other mainland cities this summer with the support of lead sponsor ING DIRECT/Capital One that operates ING DIRECT Cafés nationwide. Presented by the BizGym Foundation, Lemonade Alley is a paperless "green" competition that develops entrepreneurial skills in kindergarteners through high school seniors by giving them a taste of what's involved in running a small business. I also have a nephew with Cerebral Palsy.
The inaugural San Francisco Bay Area Lemonade Alley competition is an expanded regional competition with the lemonade stand final judging held July 7. All entry materials must be received online by May 31. Beverly Macy, author of The Power of Real Time Social Media Marketing and instructor at UCLA Business and Management Extension and Viki Winterton, a respected coach, founder of PUBLISHED! Magazine, and thecoachexchange.com (tce), where over 2900 coaches connect globally to effect success, have both agreed to be advisors for the project. In addition to San Francisco and Honolulu, Lemonade Alley contests take place this summer in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Wilmington, and St. Cloud. About BizGym Foundation BizGym Foundation is the non-profit arm of BizGym.com, a Honolulu-based Web site offering a plain-English business planning and pitch writing system that helps entrepreneurs of all ages launch and grow their enterprises.
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