BROOMFIELD, Colo. (CBS4) – Shoppers at Flatirons Crossings Mall in Broomfield might see a unique kiosk amidst all of the holiday shopping options. The kiosk is managed by kids and offers products made by kids.

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Jack Bonneau, 12, is behind Jack’s Stands and Marketplaces and is now sharing his success with other children.

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“Business has grown beyond my wildest dreams,” Bonneau said.

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The boy expanded his lemonade business in August to include other products.

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Then-Congressman Jared Polis highlighted Bonneau’s business in 2014 and in August as part of Startup Week Across America.

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Gavin Cogburn is now part of Bonneau’s young team of entrepreneurs.

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“What’s your business going to be?” asked CBS4’s Shaun Boyd.

“Zip Your Fly!” Cogburn responded. “It’s a flyfishing business.”

Despite earning $25,000 since Thanksgiving, Bonneau says it’s not about the money.

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“Sure it may have started with me wanting a $400 Lego set, but now it’s just sharing my story and skills with other kids,” he said.

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Bonneau also shares his skills during school visits. He has a second, temporary, kiosk at Park Meadows Mall and a permanent shop at the District Shops at Cherry Creek.