Everybody loves a lemonade on scorching summertime. However, 11-year old Seth had an even better thought.
He determined to arrange a stand promoting “ICE COLD BEER.”
This shortly caught the eye of his neighborhood in Utah. So much so, that the Brigham City Police Department received three reports concerning the business operation.
However, when officers arrived on the scene on Tuesday, all they discovered was a savvy salesman.
The young man was actually promoting ice-cold (root) beer.
“Fairly truthfully, as soon as our officers bought there they discovered it quite ingenious,” Lt. Tony Ferderber informed CNN.
In spite of everything, the proof was proper in front of them: When you look carefully enough, you’ll be able to see a tiny “root” written above “BEER” on his sign.
In fact, mother and dad helped with the advertising campaign.
“What better way to get peoples’ attention?” mentioned his mother, Alexis Parker.
Seth stated he was glad when the police stopped by his stand, and the officers have been positive to purchase a bottle from him, according to Ferderber.
Parker reviews business has been doing properly because the police department shared photos of Seth on its Facebook page.
The root beer stand will stay open till the school year begins, and Seth and his mom are presently thinking up new methods to improve their business model.
Actually, they’ve expansion plans: They hope to carry the stand to cities close to Brigham City very soon.