It's bank loan day for Lubbock Lemonade Day participants - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

It's bank loan day for Lubbock Lemonade Day participants

(Source: Lubbock Lemonade Day) (Source: Lubbock Lemonade Day)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Today is the day for kids who want to be involved in Lemonade Day to get their bank loans from First United Bank at 4th and Frankford.

Bank Loan Day allows kids to learn how to take out a small business loan for their lemonade stands.

The Bank Loan Day events are from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. and only at the 4th and Frankford location. Loan forms will be provided at the event and the process of applying for a loan will be explained by a loan officer when you arrive. All loan repayments are due by Friday, May 11, 2018.

When you register for Lubbock Lemonade Day, you receive a Lemonade Day Passport to Success. If you registered online, you can pick up a passport at the Bank Loan Day or Big Squeeze events or any day of the week at the YWCA Sun 'N Fun location. To complete your passport, collect stickers along the way and fill in the boxes.

Passport stickers will be available at each event so be sure to bring your passport along and ask for a sticker from someone in a Lemonade Day shirt. Participants who fill in all their sticker boxes can turn in their passport at the Lemonade Day Wrap-Up Party on May 11, 2018 for a chance to be entered in a prize drawing.

The Lubbock Lemonade Day mission is to help today’s youth become the business leaders, social advocates, community volunteers and forward-thinking citizens of tomorrow... one lemonade stand at a time.

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