Information release from The Abilene Industrial Foundation:
Children’s Business Fair to just take spot in Abilene
Could a ten-year-aged invent the upcoming will have to-have product or services? Uncover out at the Abilene Children’s Business Fair, showcasing kids’ entrepreneurial genius!
On May well 22 from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, the Abilene Chamber of Commerce and Abilene Industrial Basis will host a Children’s Business Fair for youthful entrepreneurs at Frontier Texas! This party is Absolutely free and Open TO THE Community.
Young children develop a product or service or services, create a manufacturer, create a promoting method, and then open up for shoppers at this one-day marketplace. The young children are responsible for the set up, profits, and interacting with consumers!
This celebration is sponsored by Communities of Abilene Federal Credit history Union, Acton Academy, the Acton University of Business, Abilene Chamber, Abilene Industrial Foundation, Acquire Abilene and the generous assist of our donors and volunteers.
“Today’s youth are tomorrow’s business innovators and leaders. The Children’s Business Fair gives pupils the prospect to unfold their entrepreneurial wings and get a head commence on promising business careers,” stated Jeff Sandefer, founder of the Acton College of Business, just one of the sponsors of the honest.
“The Children’s Business Fair gives kids the chance to acquire and market genuinely great points, and it’s a ton of enjoyable way too!” – Luke McFarlen, age eight.
“You can’t match the discovering that will come from this sort of arms-on knowledge,” mentioned Chandra McFarlen, Luke’s mom. “Luke was so proud of himself and the dollars that he had worked challenging to earn! All of the customers, kids and adults alike, ended up supportive and encouraging! I’m assisting to host this year’s good in hopes of sparking that similar ambition in youngsters all through our location!”
Prizes will be awarded for most effective products or provider potential, good quality, presentation, and buyer service!
Abilene Children’s Small business Reasonable
Frontier Texas Pavilion
625 N 1st St.
Saturday, May 22nd
10:00 am – Noon
Free of charge and open to the general public