Kids That Show Us The Impossible!

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A big room showed a beautiful view of downtown. It's noticeable as people walked in. One of the many features in the Young Entrepreneurs room. There are many businesses to look at.

A big room showed a beautiful view of downtown. It's noticeable as people walked in. One of the many features in the Young Entrepreneurs room. There are many businesses to look at. Including fused glass, jewelry, and western clothing for women.

 

But what caught my eye is E.G.I (Everything Girls Inc). A girl smiles, "Hi, I'm Salina. Do you have questions?" I nodded, "Yes, I do. So, what is E.G.I?" She told me that E.G.I is like a catering business. They normally do Birthday parties. Salina is in charge of doing hair. Mia, another member of the business, does the cakes, and Cheynna, yet another member, kind of helps out and does the extra needs. They also paint nails in amazing patterns. "What kind of hair do you normally do?" She told me they don't use heat, so not to burn the kids, and braids are common, as well as "Hair nets" Which is like making a net out of your hair. I looked back at their nails. There's one they call the "Newspaper Nail" so I asked her about it and how they make it. They use real newspaper, and put it on as a sort of Tattoo for your nail.

 

"Buttons 'R knot".

People looked for a while, thinking these are so amazingly cool. I waited for my chance and asked Natalie about these strange yet fun new accessories. "What are 'Buttons 'R knot?'" She paused to think. She said they're kind of like sandals without soles. I asked her what the one on the hand is like and that it's like a mix of a bracelet/ring. She's been doing it for two years. I found out that it never meant to be a business, she was trying it out for fun. Then she heard of this and tried it out, and ended up winning!

 

Candy Sushi.

Next was Miles Lewison with peoples' two favorite things, sushi and candy! Last year he didn't win because no one came to his booth, and this year he might of won because of his samples, and he wrote down weaknesses from last year. He is known as "Sushi Candy Kid."I was surprised to find that only one person invented something. But hey, kids are going out there and doing something instead of staring at the t.v. That's comforting to parents, I hope!

 

The Young Entrepreneur's event is basically young people competing with their businesses to win a 1,000 dollar check and a mentor to help them with their business. There are two winners. The finalists get 250 dollar check (both checks are huge!) to start off their business. In the end, every Young Entrepreneur gets a group picture. Who knows, maybe I'll be one of them!