At 14 years old, Nathan Adams wanted to have a job but encountered one obstacle: he was too young.
Adams didn’t let that stop him. With skills instilled in him from his grandfather, he started his own lawn mowing business. It quickly transpired into an opportunity to give back to the U.S. military community.
“When I was strong enough to push them over. He taught me how to start it and how to make it look good,” Adams – known to his community as “the lawn kid” – told Fox News.
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In May, Adams kicked off his law business and even raised enough money to buy his own equipment. In two weeks it broke down while Adams was mowing one of his clients’ lawns.
Without hesitation, his clients and the community donated the funds to help him get proper supplies.
Then, “in a crazy turn of events,” one of his previous clients, Leona Doherty, who worked for Lowe’s, convinced the company to donate a brand new lawnmower and various other supplies, Nathan Adams’ mom, Angela Adams, told Fox News.
They called it “the Cadillac of mowers,” Nathan Adams said.
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