Nyack Eight Year Old Starts Business

Dated: May 1 2012

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Shoulder to shoulder and elbow to elbow 8 year old Jordan Brenner, and his chef father, Kendal, teamed up to create a unique line of hot sauces called Jordan Brenner's Hot-Cha-WAA-Cha Sauces.

Jordan and his father have been working together for the past three years creating their line of sauces, and now are planning to take it on the road.

While at the Nyack Street Fair, I had the opportunity to sample one of the sauces, and the Hot Cha Mango was the best I had ever tasted.  Other locations they plan on attending are the New City and West Nyack street fairs and various farmer's markets,  They also have plans of promoting  their line of sauces in New York City.

As Jordan states in his video on Kickstarter.com, we have to raise a minimum of $3,500 to help with jars, labeling, trademarks, etc. He also states " my father is the chef, but I am the brains and personality behind this operation".

After seeing this video, I clicked on the pledge button!

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