Young Hope entrepreneurs to showcase their creations Tuesday

10 per cent of profits from Young Entrepreneur Show going to Silver Creek playground

On Tuesday, June 12, the Grades 4 through 6 students of Silver Creek Elementary School are selling their products at the Young Entrepreneur Show.

There are over 60 students selling a variety of products from flowers to key chains to the ever-present slime.

The Young Entrepreneur Show takes students through the process of planning a business including manufacturing their products, performing market research, keeping track of costs, applying for loans and figuring out how much to charge.

They are excited to show you their products — and hopefully sell you some of them.

The show takes place in the gym of Silver Creek Elementary School from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon. As the students say, “just bring money.”

Not only do they want to have successful businesses, but 10 per cent of their profits will go towards a new playground for the school.

Looking forward to seeing you on Tuesday.

-Jo Hughes


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