SuperGeeks Owner Staunch Supporter of Lemonade Alley
It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane…No, it’s SuperGeeks to Lemonade Alley’s Rescue!
SuperGeeks owner Tim Caminos has judged the popular kid-biz competition every year since 2012. His company is always there to support Hawaii’s youth by making sure the contest has enough funding for all the items necessary to operate this fun and exciting challenge.
Based in Honolulu, SuperGeeks helps with computer repair & IT support for small businesses in Hawaii. Mr. Tim is also the owner of RankHI, a digital marketing agency in Honolulu. In addition, he serves as a board member for the nonprofit BizGym Foundation, which produces Lemonade Alley and other programs supporting youth entrepreneurs.
What is Lemonade Alley?
Lemonade Alley brings together teams of K-12 students in three age divisions who concoct lemon drinks, design stands and open their one-day businesses to the public. Students donate proceeds from lemonade sales to their favorite charities. Hence the contest motto: “Profit to Share!”
The seventh annual Lemonade Alley is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 8, under a large tent set up in the SEARS parking lot at Pearlridge Center in Aiea.
To enter a student team, serve as a sponsor or become a volunteer, visit www.lemonadealley.com for more information.