Country Time Lemonade Sets Up “Legal-ade” Team To Help Kids With Fines & Permits

Recently, someone had the police shut down a lemonade stand in Denver that was trying to raise money for charity. It’s pretty ridiculous, but in 2018, kids apparently need business permits to operate a lemonade stand or suffer the consequences, which can oftentimes lead to a fine. Sounds like a joke right? It’s not.

Well, in response Country Time Lemonade has set up its own legal task force, aptly titled “Legal-ade” to help these entrepreneurial youngsters combat the bureaucratic red tape (bullshit) of their local governments. “Legal-ade” will help kids get the necessary paperwork to operate or even pay fines up $300.

“Life doesn’t always give you lemons, but when it does, you should be able to make and share lemonade with the neighborhood without legal implications,” Legal-Ade says on its website. “That’s why we’re here to take a stand for lemonade stands across the nation.”

In the words of Lt. James Gordon: “Because Country Time is not hero the world deserves, but the one it needs right now,” or something like that…

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