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Young sister entrepreneurs see a boom in business because of coronavirus

A 9- & 11-year-old are busier than ever, after launching their business one year ago.

FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — On top of their home school work, 9-year-old Kinsley and 11-year-old Brooke Anderson are busy making and placing celebration signs throughout Forsyth and Fulton County.

The pair of sisters launched their business, Two Sisters Yard Signs, about a year ago, but say they're busier than ever after noticing an 'opportunity in the market'.

"We started out just doing a few signs a month, and now we're putting out signs multiple times a day," explained Kinsley.

The entrepreneurs started the company to save up for a dog, but they say it's grown beyond that.

"We've learned how to save money for other things now. We hope to franchise our company," added Kinsley.

The duo helps residents celebrate anything from birthdays to anniversaries. The pair makes some of their signs and buys others. With the help of their parents at chauffeurs, the pair puts out and picks up signs each night and/ or morning.

The pair of sisters can be spotted serving customers through Forsyth County and parts of Fulton County. They say what makes their business different than competitors is their price point.

"The signs are affordable for most people. We keep the prices low and we have many different options," added Brooke.

The dynamic duo has also been using its proceeds to buy and donate food and masks to medical professionals and first responders.

For more information on Two Sisters Yard Signs and how to place an order, click here.

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