10-year-old gets sweet investment from 'Shark Tank' for lemonade business

A 10-year-old in Texas got a pretty sweet investment for her booming lemonade business.

Investors on "Shark Tank" saw a lot of potential in Mikaila Ulmer when she came on the show to pitch her lemonade company, BeeSweet.

This isn't your everyday lemonade stand, and "Shark Tank" investor and FUBU CEODaymond John noticed.

He said: "Partnering with Mikaila made perfect sense [...] She's a great kid with a head for business and branding. She's got a great idea and I'm happy to help take BeeSweet to the next level."

The millionaire businessman invested $60,000 in this unique beverage company.

What sets Ulmer's lemonade apart is her Great Granny Helen's flaxseed recipe that uses honey to sweeten the drink rather than sugar or artificial sweeteners.

The Austin-based pre-teen is fascinated with bees and the impact they have on the ecosystem. She decided to make the honey-bee a major focus of her...

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