Savannah Frye, with the help of her mother Tomeka Powell, has started a quarterly subscription service called Lollipopa. The subscription service provides 13 fun-filled items for young girls to play with and connect around the world. The 4-year-old Bakersfield entrepreneur started her own company after her parents noticed leadership skills in her that she could use to benefit her. At such a young age, Frye has had the opportunity to design and handpick every item in the Lollipopa boxes and has a blast along the way.

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Copper

Congratulations young lady! What an exciting and fun venture! Good job Mom!

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