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School project Yields Shave Ice Business

Brainerd High School graduate Aden Davis pours the flavoring on a jumbo shave ice Thursday, Aug. 9, at Mills Field. Davis prepared a business plan during his class with Rod Reuer during his junior year at high school. After graduating and destine...

Brainerd High School graduate Aden Davis pours the flavoring on a jumbo shave ice Thursday, Aug. 9, at Mills Field. Davis prepared a business plan during his class with Rod Reuer during his junior year at high school. After graduating and destined for St. John’s, the soccer player and entrepreneur worked with his mom, purchased a trailer and started MinneSNOtaShave Ice. Steve Kohls / Brainerd Dispatch Video
Brainerd High School graduate Aden Davis pours the flavoring on a jumbo shave ice Thursday, Aug. 9, at Mills Field. Davis prepared a business plan during his class with Rod Reuer during his junior year at high school. After graduating and destined for St. John’s, the soccer player and entrepreneur worked with his mom, purchased a trailer and started MinneSNOtaShave Ice. Steve Kohls / Brainerd Dispatch Video

Brainerd High School graduate Aden Davis pours the flavoring on a jumbo shave ice Thursday, Aug. 9, at Mills Field. Davis prepared a business plan during his class with Rod Reuer during his junior year at high school. After graduating and destined for St. John's, the soccer player and entrepreneur worked with his mom, purchased a trailer and started MinneSNOta Shave Ice.

With the warm temperature, business was steady outside the gate at Mills Field during the 64th Annual VFW State Baseball Tourney. Steve Kohls / Brainerd Dispatch Video

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