Lemonade Alley 2020 Cancelled Due to Coronavirus Threat

by | Mar 6, 2020 | Alley News, Press

In the wake of Gov. David Ige’s declaration of a state of emergency to help prevent spread of the coronavirus in Hawai’i, we’re reluctantly cancelling the tenth annual Lemonade Alley kid-biz challenge planned for April 25 at Pearlridge Center in Aiea.

Safety First

“With keiki programs, we always err on the side of safety, so we’re cancelling our Pearlridge event and refunding all team entry fees,” said Bizgenics Foundation chairman and Chief Lemon Head Steve Sue. “The good news, however, is that we’re happy to assist schools wishing to stage Lemonade Alley events at their individual schools. This support includes our in-class flavor science, mixology, booth design, business planning and sales pitch sessions. We invite existing and new program sponsors to join us in supporting this free, on-campus track.”

Making Lemonade out of Lemons!

“We’re trying to make the best of an unfortunate situation,” Sue added, “by making lemonade out of lemons, you might say.”

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