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Young Packers fan hosts lemonade stand near Lambeau

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Posted at 5:25 PM, Sep 26, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-26 18:25:26-04

ASHWAUBENON (NBC 26) -- Packers fans who park down the street from Lambeau Field sometimes make a pit stop to quench their thirst during their walk to and from the stadium.

On 1129 Morris Avenue, about four blocks from Lambeau, you'll find Liam’s Lambeau Lemonade Stand. Now in its second year, 6-year-old Liam says he has made $200 so far, that’s about 75 dollars a week. Liam donated his first-year earnings, fifty dollars, to Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.

Each lemonade is a dollar and sometimes they sell brats and burgers. What’s unique about this stand, Liam says, is the "personal attention" you'll get from him. He will hand-deliver the lemonades to your car, of course with a careful eye from his dad or grandpa.

His grandpa helps as the lemonade back up. Liam pours and grandpa makes the lemonade. There are three flavors to choose from: lemonade cherry or “pillow”, a name they made up for pink and yellow.

For the colder months, Liam says they’ll be serving hot chocolate and hot coffee.