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Tallahassee brothers start lemonade business in hopes of becoming full-time entrepreneurs

Posted at 5:44 PM, Jul 02, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-02 17:44:33-04

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Two brothers sharing one dream, becoming full-time entrepreneurs.

They are selling lemonade to get there. Back in April, Marquis Williams and Demetrius Murray started selling their grandma's lemonade out of a foam bucket on Tharpe Street.

Since then, the word has spread and people come from all over town to try some of Gurlie's Lemonade.

The brothers sell about 120 cups each day on the intersection of Tharpe and Old Bainbridge Road.

For Williams this business serves a bigger purpose then just selling the product.

"It means legacy. It means leaving something behind when I pass. It means a lot," said Williams.

Gurlie's Lemonade hopes to expand its business and needs your help to do it. If you are interested in working for them you are asked to call 561-856-0710.