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Country Time Lemonade Protects Lemonade Stands With Legal-Aide

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Pickaway County – Small Businesses are popping up everywhere in Pickaway County selling their wares.  Earlier last week a lemonade stand selling fresh tomatoes was sighted in South Bloomfield.  This week two stands one selling lemonade at Crites rd and Pickaway St. and one selling fresh vegetables on Tarlton Rd. for Alzheimer’s.  The question is are they legal?


Country Time Lemonade says it doesn’t care.  This year Countrytime lemonade launched a Legal aide campaign to help young entrepreneurs maintain their cool drinks and wares.  According to the website https://www.countrytimelegalade.com  they will reimburse any if your child received a fine for operating a lemonade stand without a permit during the 2017 or 2018 calendar year, take a photo of the fine and a write brief description of what your child’s lemonade stand means to him or her, in his or her own words.  If you are seeking reimbursement for a permit, follow the instructions to upload the image of the permit for 2018 and a brief description of what your child’s lemonade stand means to him or her, in his or her own words. The campaign runs from June 7 to Aug 31, 2018, and will pay up to 60,000 dollars in fines during this summer season.  The child must be 14 years old or under for this campaign.

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  1. What the answer to the question ? Are children allowed to have lemonade and other items for sale ? And what is the law regarding crafts bazaar items etc, like those at farmers market on Saturdays ?

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