Casper Kids Mean Business on Lemonade Day

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"Mostly we're just learning a lot of life lessons, how to count money, customer service, manners and that kind of thing." said Kaylin Potter.

But setting yourself apart from the competition is also important which is why Kianna Potter has a petting zoo next to her lemonade stand hoping to draw the customers in so she can earn some money to buy a puppy.

Another lemonade seller across down is using their stand to raise awareness for autism. They're also donating their proceeds to autism research.

Brook Belsom said, "I think that if people don't get to see them or meet people with autism they're kind of losing out because I just think autism is amazing, its not that we want it but we have it and need to embrace it. they're all individuals."