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Two-year-old opens business at Tejon Outlets

Toddler to open snack kiosk at Tejon Outlets
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Posted at 1:18 PM, Sep 23, 2016
and last updated 2016-09-23 19:47:17-04

Two-year-old Bakersfield toddler Kingston Alexander Reese is opening his own business.

Kingston and his mother, Alexis Stafford, will be opening 'Kingston's Carnival Co.' at the Tejon Outlets this weekend, selling popcorn, chips, drinks and other snacks. His mother says that a portion of the funds will go toward Kingston's college fund.

Eldra James, Kingston's father wrote on his Facebook page:

My son Kingston is 2 years old & today he became a business owner lol. We (He) officially signed his lease for his first Kiosk at the Tejon Outlets today! KINGSTONS CARNIVAL Co. will sell freshly popped popcorn, sell packaged chips, snacks, candy, cotton candy, drinks & more! King is having his grand opening this Saturday & he will be open daily! He has his own LLC, DBA & business Bank account for his Harvard University fund :)! If you find yourself at the Tejon Outlets be sure to stop by because Kingston just may be working the register ha!

He just got his inventory in & luckily he hasn't been tempted to eat up his supply lol!

King says thank you to his supporters, his uncle Micheal Reyes, his dad Eldra Jermaine & his momma Alexis Whitney Stafford for making him the youngest business owner in his age group :)

Raising a business man....raising a King!