Country Time assembles legal team to protect kids’ lemonade stands

The brand’s parent company, Kraft Heinz, wrote in a press release: ‘When life hands you outdated laws, make lemonade, and get Legal-Ade.’

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It’s becoming harder for children to flex their entrepreneurial skills with lemonade stands on hot summer days.

Country Time recently tweeted a link to a Washington Examiner article titled, “If you call the cops to shut down a lemonade stand, you’re the worst“:

Kids selling lemonade: Cool. Kids getting busted for selling lemonade: So not cool.

— CountryTime (@CountryTime) June 7, 2018

The article detailed the story of three children in Denver who had their lemonade stand shut down for not having the proper permit.

Similar incidents have been reported in Texas, New York and Georgia, sometimes causing families (many of which donate the proceeds to charity) to be fined hundreds of dollars.

Now, Country Time is stepping up and distributing refreshing justice with a team it calls “Legal Ade.”

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