• City helps teen make hot dog stand official instead of shutting him down

    1 month ago - By ABC

    A teen entrepreneur is getting a helping hand from the city to make his business official.
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  • Boy reported for unlicensed hot dog stand gets help

    Boy reported for unlicensed hot dog stand gets help

    1 month ago - By The Seattle Times

    MINNEAPOLIS - A 13-year-old entrepreneur who was reported for operating a hot dog stand outside his house without a license is now getting help from the Minnesota Department of Health. Minnesota Public Radio reports that the agency received a complaint about Jaequan Faulkner's stand this summer. But instead of shutting down the operation, the...
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  • Minneapolis officials help teen entrepreneur open food stand

    Minneapolis officials help teen entrepreneur open food stand

    1 month ago - By WISN

    The 13-year-old is licensed through the city health department to serve up dogs and brats.
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  • City helps teen get permit for hot dog stand instead of shutting it down

    1 month ago - By WGN TV

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    MINNEAPOLIS, Mn. - Instead of shutting down a teen's hot dog stand after a complaint, the city helped him start a business.
    Thirteen-year-old Jaequan Faulkner had been cooking hot dogs outside his home in North Minneapolis to raise money for new clothes, his family said. It's something he started doing in 2016, but this summer, he got more attention. When someone noticed the stand wasn't city sanctioned, he was forced to shut down.
    In an age where kids are being reported for selling water bottles or mowing the lawn , Jaequan was able to flip the trend of the dreaded “Permit...
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