There is nothing squashing the dreams of young entrepreneurs.
When local Councilman Michael Wolfensohn spotted the pop-up stall, he called police and filed a complaint against the boys for operating a business without a license.
The boys hoped to sell the sweet treats for a few years, save up and then open a restaurant. They got off to a lucrative start, pocketing $120 on their first day of sales. They used half the bounty to buy a cart from Target and added a beverage list (water and Gatorade) to their menu.