Even if he isn't old enough to get a traditional summer job, there are many ways he can earn money working for himself. Here are six ideas for summer businesses your teen can run. Is your teenager too young to get a job at Burger King but wants to earn some money doing something other than babysitting this summer?
Sign in. Watch now. Two floating brains calling themselves Carl hire Meatwad to advertise their dilapidated car wash.
The rough version aired on December 22nd,but it's official airing was on March 25th, Meatwad responds to an ad in the newspaper and gets a job at " Carl's Car Wash ," standing out on the highway in front of it waving and dancing to attract business but only gets cups full of soda thrown at him. The proprietors of the business, a large floating human-like brain named Carl and his son Carl Jr.
Starting a Car Wash Business. Starting a car washing business during the summer is a great way for teens to earn extra money. Take a bucket and some soapy water to a busy shopping centre you might have to check with the shopping centre itselfideally during the summer. People will pay to have their dusty cars washed, and you and some friends get a load of extra money.
Alex Chapman began his venture when he was just 13 years old, when he started washing vehicles on his parents' driveway using a bucket bought from Asdasome shampoo and a sponge. Alex, who comes from Southend in Essexsaid: "I'm proud of my achievements over the years. Mine was one of the industry-leading car care companies and now we're competing with them for contracts.
Hoaglin rewound his surveillance camera footage, and viewed a man wearing a gray, hooded sweatshirt ride up on a bicycle, grab one of the flags, and pedal off. Hoaglin posted the footage on Facebook, wishing someone could identify the shadowy figure. The flag thief turned out to be Keaton Chandler, 19, who lives in town with his grandmother.
Enter your log in email address and we'll send you a link to reset your password. Toggle navigation. We've sent an email to Please follow the instructions to reset your password.
The teen, who is not being identified because he is under age, was charged with burglary and receiving, possessing or selling a stolen motor vehicle, both of which are felonies, according to the Chicago Police Department. About p. He walked away and when he returned, he found the teenager had broken into his car, according to Chicago police.
Credit: Leslie Yager. The duo, co-owners of 19 Splash car wash locations, joke that their rooms were always messy growing up in Greenwich. At 15, Curtis and Fisher started a boat cleaning business, diving under boats and using a bit of elbow grease to get the job done. Growing up on Maher Avenue in central Greenwich, Curtis said his boyhood home, which is still standing, was purchased from Dick Hollister Sr, and years later sold back to Dick Hollister, Jr.