Everything Girls Inc.
This Douglas County company was started by 14-year-old Mia Pelaez, 15-year-old Salina Haville and 15-year-old Cheyenne Costa.
Their company is all about "party tailoring" for girls.
The tailoring part involves learning about the desires of parents and their young party hostess. If parents aren't keen on having makeup application at the party, the girls focus on fashion, nails and hair instead.
Learn more about their business by visiting www.everythinggirlinc.wordpress.com
A&G Fused Glass
Thirteen-year-old Andrew Breeling, and his 11-year-old brother Garrett of Highlands Ranch came up with A&G Fused Glass.
They make hand-made, fused glass coasters, night lights, jewelry and ornaments. They've been making their jewelry for six years, and have used their proceeds to buy their own kiln.
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Eleven-year-old Lyla Padden is CEO of Flour Gal. She specializes in delivered cupcakes made from scratch. Lyla says she works hard for those repeat customers, but also recognizes the importance of giving back.
She routinely makes cupcakes for sick patients at Children's Hospital. Learn more at www.flourgal.com
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