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  • Erica Ponder

Houston-based bar is hosting a kid’s expo for young people to display their products and services in

HOUSTON (Press Release)— Longtime Houston business owner, Steve Rogers of Bar 5015 is holding the 2nd Annual Kidpreneur Expo to celebrate local kids that own their own business during MLK weekend, on Jan. 18 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Bar 5015 debuted their first Kid’s Expo alongside event partner Chris Butler in October 2020. The first event consisted of 15 Houston-based kids under the age of 18 displaying their products and services in addition to chatting with notable business owner and record label exec, J. Prince. With such success of the debut of the expo, Rogers and Butler wanted to continue their efforts of enhancing young leaders and providing them with tools to further expand their businesses. This event is a family friendly event where the community is encouraged to shop with Houston’s future CEOs. There is no cost for entry and all participants are able to keep 100% of their profits from the event. The event will give young people the opportunity to showcase their talents and help develop their entrepreneurial spirit.

“We believe in cultivating the talents of our young creatives; therefore we wanted to host a family-friendly event that highlights some of Houston’s young brilliant leaders. It’s important that we instill core business values into the kids in our community by enhancing their experiences as business owners,” Steve Rogers, owner of Bar 5015, said.

To attend, please register here:

About Bar 5015

Bar 5015 is a Black-owned business located at 5015 Almeda that is committed to providing opportunities to the community. The premier lounge and bar is widely known for their food, chill and relaxed ambiance, and stellar brunch.


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