"Legal-Ade" Helps Pay Fines For Kids' Lemonade Stands

A time honored tradition is being defended by a lemonade maker.

Two Denver boys who had their lemonade stand shut down by police during Memorial Day weekend are getting some legal backing from one of the nation's biggest lemonade makers. And the boys’ story made that company take it even further.

Country Time Lemonade is launching a new initiative to help any kids who have their stands shut down by police over permit issues. The company says "Legal-Ade" will include a group of lawyers working to keep the stands open. Country Time is also offering to reimburse the cost of any fines kids may be issued for not having the proper permits. Of course they do have a limit of 300 dollars for each kid.

Source: The Denver Channel

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