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We gave the kids feedback, helped build a prototype of their business, taught advertisement and how to sell their products.” Judging by the mini cash registers each kid brought that were full by the end of the event, the Woodmont fifth graders definitely learned their lessons and prospered from it.
“It’s really fun to make our own business and then sell our own products,” said fifth grader Raihanna Shamsudin.
“I learn how to get people to buy at my business, be assertive and smile.
I’m a little nervous to do this, but I’ve practiced a lot. This could be the beginning of a big thing.” Fifth grader Avery Patriarca was another lone entrepreneur in her business of playful slime, known as “Simply Slime.” “TREPS is fun and cool,” said Patriarca.
“This year’s TREPS was an incredible success,” said Seewald. It’s just inspiring to see the next generation of entrepreneurs.
They will take the next step in the future.” To learn more about TREP$ and the effects of its programs, visit the TREP$ ED, LLC website at https://
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