PARKERSBURG, W.Va (WTAP) – Jackson Simmons is heading into the ninth grade at Parkersburg Highschool however final 12 months when he was making an attempt to lift cash for his eighth grade journey. He determined to begin his personal enterprise, The Little Kanawha Candle Firm.
“I toyed round with the thought of promoting Yankee candles or promoting social gathering gentle but it surely didn’t appear to be I might make sufficient cash for the journey and my mother discovered a package on-line for me to make personal candles and I attempted it the product turned out rather well and I actually loved the method,” stated Simmons, The Little Kanawha Candle Firm, proprietor.
As soon as Simmons exceeded his journey aim, he continued making candles and is now a working younger man who will likely be bringing his enterprise to the Cardinal Market within the Grand Central Mall with the assistance of Victoria West.”
Simmons says he’s additionally trying ahead to studying so much from fellow entrepreneurs.
“Actually excited to after all begin the enterprise and the expertise however I actually wish to encourage different entrepreneurs, younger entrepreneurs that if you wish to begin a enterprise go forward it’ll be arduous but it surely’ll be arduous however it is going to be price it ultimately. I hope to make use of the cash that I make from promoting candles for school,” stated Simmons.
Simmons desires to thank his sponsors and mentors together with: Victoria West, proprietor of Present Gallery of Vienna, and native sponsors together with: Danielle Alvin of Folks’s Financial institution, Chris Bender of DaVinci’s, John Daggets of Easton Printing, and Beth Patterson from E.P.I.
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