Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN

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April 10, 2013

Lemons to Lemonade: Celebrate Lemonade Day May 18

State Bank of Lizton helps Boone and Hendricks Counties’ youth become entrepreneurs


For the workshops, contests and Seed Fund visit www.indianapolis.lemonadeday.org.

In addition to the backpack, State Bank of Lizton is offering The Most Valuable Lemonade Lesson of Them All — a $10 promotional deposit for every young entrepreneur who registers and picks up a backpack at State Bank of Lizton, operates a stand on May 18, and opens or adds to a youth savings account at the bank with a minimum of $50. The promotional flyer is required and is available in the Lemonade Day backpacks picked up at the bank’s locations.

The bank has also partnered with the local community foundations to develop a list of local funds that are geared toward kids’ philanthropic interests, although the kids are free to pick  what ever charity they wish. The Hendricks County Flyer, Lebanon Reporter, and Zionsville Times Sentinel have also stepped forward with a Make Your Profits Sweeter promotion for  County youth who operate a stand on Saturday, May 18. The location and hours of the stand will  be published in the paper. (youth names and contact info will not be published). To participate,  youth should submit a name, contact e-mail and phone number, location of stand and open hours  to lemonadeday@flyergroup.com or lemonadeday@timessentinel.com or mail to  Lemonade Day, 8109 Kingston Street, Suite 500, Avon, IN 46123 or lemonadeday@timessentinel.com or mail to 250 S. Elm St. Zionsville, IN 46077.

“We are proud to promote Lemonade Day in our communities and encourage entrepreneurship and saving,” said Wiles. “We will be hosting youth stands at our locations and at the Brownsburg and Lebanon Relay for Life events on Saturday, May 18. We encourage local businesses who wish to host stands at their business locations to contact Marsh at jmarsh@thinkforwardfoundation.org. The outdoor mall Metropolis, provided lemonade stand locations last year and plans to provide opportunities again in Plainfield this year are set. I hope to see lemonade stands all over the place on May 18,” said Wiles.  

State Bank of Lizton is an independently owned and operated community bank. To learn more about the local bank with ten full service locations throughout Hendricks and Boone Counties, visit one of our locations, call 866-348-4674 or visit the website at www.statebankoflizton.com.



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