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My dad was a lawyer and didn’t like that lady. So we changed our sign to say free lemonade, and had a jar for tips, and moved the stand to the sidewalk in front of her house. We made way more money after that. Like hundreds of dollars a day. This is how my Mom used to run bake sales! Her advice was to make them free but ask for Good ST Louis Couple Guns Run Up Get Done Up Shirt a donation. That’s not that easy, especially with food or drinks my mate. Other than that, it’s mostly taxed, but nobody will ever tell you what price you should sell something for… Just be ready to pay the fuck up to your lovely state.