Thu, August 22, 2019

Bake sell cut short

There was a story in the news today about a couple of teens in New York who were selling baked goods in the local park. Andrew DeMarchis and Kevin Graff sold cookies, brownies and rice crispy treats in the local park until a councilman called and reported them for selling without a license.

The cops came and scared the teens so much they have not set up their bake shop since.

Here is a link to the story:
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Do you think teens should have to get a license to sell just like everyone else? Why or why not?

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2 Comments to “Bake sell cut short”

  1. Tyler says:

    umm yeah because it’s a rule and i don’t think teenagers should me exempt but i do think that permits should be possible to get for teens or else your pretty much doing your best to make sure that teen have no interest in business and if that happens they will probably just go back to playing Halo or something

  2. TBC says:

    Many teens think they should be given the easy way out. I am glad you see the need for an equal ‘playing field’ for all business owners.


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