TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – To Tre’shawn Pittard, the sound of a lawnmower is the sound of enterprise.
Tre’shawn, 11, is a fifth grader at Riverside Elementary. On the aspect, he cuts grass.
“I bought the lawnmower yesterday from my beneficiant neighbor,” says Tre’shawn. “The lawnmower that I’ve been utilizing for a few weeks now, the tire got here off and I’ve bought to get a brand new one.”
Tre’shawn, who goes by Rozay, is working his approach as much as fixing his previous mower by drumming up enterprise and handing out enterprise playing cards.
Over the weekend, a photograph of certainly one of his playing cards subsequent to an image of Tre’shawn bought hundreds of shares on Fb. Now, Rozay’s mother is planning to drive him everywhere in the Toledo space to mow. He credit the concept to his older brother Jaivon Starks, who’s 16.
“I began as a result of my brother began taking me to chop grass with him, and he informed me if I make more cash, then I may help my mother out,” says Rozay, who’s now waiting for the subsequent season and planning to shovel snow.
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