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VIRAL VIDEO: Country Time To Pay Kids’ Lemonade Stand Fines

Country Time is introducing Legal-Ade, a crack team ready to pay for lemonade stand permits and fines

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  • Joel Rodgers

Forget apple pie! You’ll never find anything more ‘American’ than lemonade and viral videos.

But can you believe without permits; some cities are shutting kids’ lemonade stands?

Crazy, right!?

Well have no fear because Country Time and their legal-ade is here.

Every year kids’ lemonade stands get busted for not having a permit. We haven’t heard of anything like this happening in Shreveport, but wouldn’t surprise us if it did.

Country Time (the lemonade drink & soda company) is introducing Legal-Ade, a crack team ready to pay for lemonade stand permits and fines.

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. That’s why Country Time is here to take a stand for lemonade stands across the nation. The offices of Legal-Ade are now open!

If your lemonade stand has incurred a fine during the 2017 or 2018 calendar year OR if you’ve purchased a permit for 2018 so your miniature entrepreneur can sell lemonade, turn to the good folks at Legal-Ade. They’ll cover your fine or permit fees up to $300.

Here’s a link to their site, click here

Find out more at countrytimelegalade.com

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Joel Rodgers

Joel Rodgers joined RSHV News 1 in January 2018 as a reporter/journalist. Prior to joining our team, Joel spent the previous 5 years as a morning show reporter, entertainment reporter, and sports reporter for a local television station. At 6’5”, he's the tallest reporter in the history of Shreveport, but it’s more than just his height that makes this Shreveport native stand out. His editing skills combined with his love for storytelling makes for a creative and talented addition to the RSHV News 1 team. After attending and graduating from Evangel Christian Academy, he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern State University. Joel is very active in the Shreveport community having won several competitions in recent years. In 2017, he danced his way to victory in the annual Susan G. Komen event, “Dancing for the Cure." He’s also won the “Mudbug Madness” Crawfish eating contest in back-to-back years and was named the top celebrity chef at the “Louisiana Food Prize” cooking competition. If you have a story idea, news tip, or just want to say "hey" - you can do so by emailing Joel Rodgers at jrodgers@realshreveport.com

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