Kelly helped create The Lemonhead Movement after losing her business in 2008.

Kelly helped create The Lemonhead Movement after losing her business in 2008.

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Small Business of the Day: The Lemonhead Movement

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Small Business of the Day: The Lemonhead Movement

Who: Vice President of Marketing Amy Kelly, 37, @lemonheadsrule

What: Books and curriculum designed for entrepreneurs.

When: July 4, 2011

How: After losing her job in 2008 while being pregnant with her fourth child,  one of her neighbors, a co-author of "The Lemonade Stand," approached her with the book. From there, they decided to create the Lemonhead movement and lower unemployment through selling their books and curriculum.

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"Unemployment is the topic right now," she said. "We want people to be accountable and take action for their own dreams."

Where: Leesburg, Va.

In her own words: "Problems are opportunities. If you don't understand that in business, you need to go back to square one."

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