Who's Your Boss?
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The Entrepreneurs
Adrian Lindsey, a 17-year-old senior at Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy and resident of Akron, created All-Net Sak, a nylon basketball carrier that is for sale at Quicken Loans Arena, Wal-Mart in Severance City Mall and online.
   
Blaine Mickens, an 18-year-old recent graduate of Whitney Young School in Cleveland, is owner of Estate Groomers, a landscaping business, and Young Picasso Painting, a residential painting company. He has five employees and ambitious future plans.
   
Jake Penwell, a Shelby, Ohio, native who is now a freshman at Xavier University, helped start Albert Entertainment when he was in the 7th grade. The company offers disc jockey services.
   
Naomi and Noemi Romero, 16-year-old twins from Cleveland and seniors at John Hay High School, own and operate their own fur-suit business, Cosfurs. In 2008, they won $1,000 and first place in the E City business-plan contest for Cleveland students.
   
Jiazhou Yang, a 17-year-old student at University School in Cleveland and resident of Beachwood, wants to capitalize on video game trends by holding and promoting video game tournaments for teenage and college-age students. He raises philanthropic awareness by donating a portion of his proceeds to charity.
 

Funding for Who’s Your Boss? provided by The Burton D. Morgan Foundation

 
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