Young entrepreneurs honored for business ideas

10:14 AM, Sep 19, 2011   |    comments
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The 2012 Celebration for Young Entrepreneurs, held by America's Free Enterprise, is a competition for young business men and women who are hoping to be successful with their ideas.

9NEWS highlighted some of the entrepreneurs honored. Ten-year old, Miles Louison's business idea is selling sushi candy. Natalie Merrill, just 12-years-old, started a company named Button r' Knot, which specializes in fashion for feet. Sag Straps, a company that produces durable, modern, creative suspenders custom-designed for active individuals, especially aimed at skiers and snowboarders, was founded by 18-year-old Jay Sayre.

For more information on these entrepreneurs, watch the videos above.

Anna Jean Zook contributed to this article.

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