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Teens Help Sister With Sickle Cell by Starting a Business

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How many kids can say they started a successful business by accident? That's exactly what 13-year-old Amaya and 12-year-old Armani Jefferson did when they started Mani and Maya's Fruity Treats last summer. They began selling juices and smoothies to raise money to help fight their sister's sickle cell anemia. Now the South Carolina-based business has gotten so popular that they ship around the country. InsideEdition.com's Stephanie Officer explains.

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LeeMay
LeeMay 2 months ago

I applaud the mother for raising such wonderful children.

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