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One of the skills that Sabrina has learned and practiced is being guest speaker for a few organizations. Since she was named 2020 Entrepreneur of the Year by Lemonade Day Houston, the organization invited her to be an ambassador and part of the recognition the program has received by the Major of Sugar Land and the City Council. Take a look (or read more) of her very own speech and the press release from Lemonade Day.
Sabrina's stand took off when she introduced new flavors like Muddy Buddy, which uses brown raw sugar. It is healthier than other lemonade recipes. She came up with the mix with help from her grandma and mom who are both originally from Colombia #Ourflavors
Sabrina has been recognized for her efforts and her recent award as a 2020 Entrepreneur of the Year granted by Lemonade Day Houston. This time was Major Joe Zimmerman the person that on behalf of the Sugar Land City Council, presented a letter as a major accolade for her business and philanthropy purposes.
We had fun talking about Sabrina's experience with Lemonade Day Houston and her learnings and business. Take a look at Around H-Town with KRBE on Sunday Jan 3, 2021 at 6:00 am
We are grateful for the local support Sabrina has received. As a busy girl with many activities she does, she was able to combine her passion for music with her business. Take a look at the recap of her Piano Recital at Iron Cross local studio, that was held on December 12, 2020
During the time of online connection we had the opportunity to reintroduce Sabrina to the Executive Director of The Run for the Rose, main fundraiser of Dr Marnie Rose Foundation. We are committed to donate and find a cure for Brain Cancer. Take a look at our blog regarding philanthropy purposes.
A 9-year old has sweet success as a youthful entrepreneur. A crisis can be fertile ground for an opportunity says mother of fourth grader Sabrina
Fresh’n Juicy business goal is to offer healthy drink options all year long. Take a look at the news regarding her 2020 Entrepreneur Award at CW39
Sabrina Roesler, a 9-year-old fourth grader has been named as the Lemonade Day Houston 2020 Youth Entrepreneur of the Year.
Sweet sensation: Sugar Land girl recognized for entrepreneurship. Take a look at details about her winner recipe for success: Houston Chronicle and Sugar Land Sun
“I really liked playing store,” she said. “My mom and dad really wanted me to have a toy to play with. And that toy became my stand for selling lemonade.” more at : Fort Bend Star
Interview with DJS Rachelle and Carder at KSBJ Morning Show. Tips about being recently named a 2020 Entrepreneur of the Year . Listen to the interview at our YouTube Channel
When you tell your favorite radio host about the latest with your business this is what happens. Listen to the mention in Tell me something good at iheart radio podcast.
With the lessons learned from Lemonade Day Organization Sabrina opened a real business and was interviewed by Great Day Houston on September 2020
We love our community and we have been involved in many activities related to Houston moms and learning opportunities for kids. One of our beloved blogs featured Sabrina's business. Take a look