December 31, 2022

Bailey Carmean

1.1 min read| Published On: December 31st, 2022|

By Cindy Peterson

Bailey Carmean

1.1 min read| Published On: December 31st, 2022|

10-year-old entrepreneur starts flourishing business

I started Not Enough Cups because: I had an idea for an invention and asked my grandpa for a lot of money. He said to think of something to sell to raise the money, so I came up with the idea to do custom hand-painted tumblers and wine glasses. 

I sell my cups: Mostly on my Facebook page and some local places like Jeannie’s Place in Eustis and Infinity Salon Studios in Umatilla. I am working with a few Racetracks and restaurants in town as well.  

I like to give back by: I have donated a lot of cups to things like golf tournaments, police departments, chambers of commerce, breast cancer awareness events, suicide awareness events, and other organizations. I have gifted the Eustis mayor and police chief a custom cup to show my appreciation. 

When I grow up, I want to be: Maybe a police officer, mega truck racer and still run my own business, like a football or basketball team.  

My inspiration is: My Grandma Maggie and my Grandpa Jim. They have made a lot of my dreams come true and they help me as much as possible. Eustis Police Chief Capri is also inspiring because he does a lot for everyone, which is something I like to do. 

I want my message to be: Always try your best and never give up. It’s out there, you just have to go get it. 

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About the Author: Cindy Peterson

Originally from the small town of Berryville, Arkansas, Cindy has become a multimedia specialist in journalism, photography, videography, and video editing. She has a B.S. in Communications from the University of Central Arkansas and produces Style Magazine's Sports Hub Podcast and the Healthy Living Podcast. She also produces for Beacon College’s Telly Award-winning PBS show, “A World of Difference.” When she isn’t working, Cindy loves traveling the National Parks with her husband , Ryan, and son, David, photographing wildlife.

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