MEET OUR TOP KID CEO OF 2019
Meet our 2019 Awardees for City Festivals - Kid CEO Awards
Kid CEO of Adorna Vida Creations, 7 years old
Adorna Vida Creations is handcrafted jewelry company started by Emily, after her mother underwent gallbladder surgery.
To help her mom, she started creating jewelry on her own and selling her creations online and local markets.
Emily is a giving loving soul, so she gives back 10% of all her sales to the American Cancer Society , Relay for life Gold Together.
KID CEO, JORDAN'S JUICE BAR, 12 years old
Jordan Parramore is the the owner of Jordan’s Juice Bar. He love to teach people about juicing, inviting vegetables into your body through juice.
He currently sell my juices once a month at Branchton Farms Market, and have currently been a vendor for Live Oak Preserves Kids Market.
Jordan would love to have a food truck by the time he is 16 years old.
KID CEO & Philanthropist, Bentley Rogers
Bentley is a philanthropist and the CEO of their family business. He and his family collect tabs for Shriners Hospitals for Children—Tampa. By collecting these tabs which are then recycled, he serves a very significant role in helping to fund transportation for kids to and from the Shriners Hospitals.
KID CEO, Tony's Tea, 8 years old
Tony's Tea was created by Antonio Jackson who at a young age wanted to start his own business to help his single mother.
He made up his own recipe of sweet tea and now sell at numerous of events. Tony's Tea does deliveries now as well have been in business since March 2019!
happening this 4th of July in Channelside will be featuring all the finalist with their items for sale! Stop by and support them! The festival is free and open to the public. RSVP HERE
KID CEO, Gifts by Abby Lane, 11 years old
Abigail Alexander is the "Girl Boss" as she puts it of "Gifts by Abby Lane". She makes handcrafted, natural skincare products and specialty sugar scrubs. Her started two Christmas's ago when she decided to gift her friends sugar scrubs. Everyone loved them and so she decided to make it into a business.
Abigail spends a lot of time researching and trying new recipes to continue to grow as a business owner. She has since learned a lot about marketing, price comparison, and customer service.
Each month, she chooses a local cause to donate a portion of her profits too. Abigail's hope as an entrepreneur is to travel the world and help others with her business.