Your Answers: What kind of business would you like to start?
Last week we learned about a boy growing pumpkins for a profit. Then we asked: What kind of business would you like to start?
"I would like to start a soap and bath bomb business. I know how to make both, so I don't have to learn how to make them."
— Elise from Fort Meigs Elementary in Toledo
"If I chose a business, I would choose a bakery or a food store. I would choose this business because I could give free food to the homeless. I could also make money for college."
— Cash from Botkins Local Schools in Botkins
"My answer to this week's inbox question is: I would like to start a bookmark-making business. I have a few designs of what I would sell. I would call my store Bailey's Bookmarks, and it would probably be a bookstore too. Thank you!"
— Bailey from Miami East in Troy
"Dear NewsDepth, If I could start a business, I would like to start a reserve trees business. I would make some people the speakers and they will tell the president about what they see and hear. The other people can work on protecting trees. They can tell me about what has happened. It will also help the environment by giving animals a chance to find homes for the winter. We can also work with kids and tell them about recycling because it helps trees a lot. These are the reasons why I would like to start a reserve trees business."
— DingZi from Wayne Trail Elementary in Maumee
"Same as the pumpkin guy, I would like to start my own veterinary practice. I want to be a vet because I love animals and I'm not grossed out easily. I also help animals whenever I can. Animals are beautiful creatures. They deserve to never be harmed and I'm also going to spread this around the world, so more animals are saved off of the streets. That is why I want my own veterinary practice."
— Nora from New Bremen Schools in New Bremen
"Dear NewsDepth, I would like to start a restaurant. It would probably be a very fancy restaurant. I would name Beachwood restaurant. I would have all kinds of food there even ones from different countries!"
— Zamien from Troy Elementary in Avon Lake