Country Time Offers “Ade” for Kids Getting Their Stands Shut Down
Thanks to people who are bitter, nasty, Scrooge-like haters of fun and good things, kid run lemonade stands keep getting reported to authorities, fined and shut down.
Famous lemonade brand, Country Time, owned by Kraft, has had enough of these salty dictators. They want to encourage entrepreneurship in kids so they are sending a message and that message is this: Make those stands! If you get fined, no problem! We'll pay for it!
Here's how it works. If you have a child under the age of 14 who has received a fine from running a lemonade stand without a permit in 2018 or 2019, take a photo of the fine and have your kiddo write about what the stand means to them.
Perhaps you went through the legal hoops and did get a permit. Country Time is also offering reimbursement for the permits. Again. all they ask for is a photo and a write-up from your child.
Once these steps are done you can submit the required information to CountryTimeLegalAde.com from now until September 2nd or until the allocated $30,000 for this cause runs out. Once approved, you will receive the amount of your fine or permit up to $300!
So fight the power, kids! Country Time has your back! At least for the summer! Some restrictions apply so get the official rules here.