Eighteen Month Old New Yorker Claims Title of Youngest Entrepreneur and Looks to Help Make Others Entrepreneurs as Well

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An Eighteen Month old New Yorker has turned to the world wide web to fund her future education and provide business opportunities for future entrepreneurs.

In an effort to fund his childs future education, Robert Criscuolo, of Staten Island, New York took an unconventional yet innovative approach. He turned to the World Wide Web and set up a series of online businesses for his daughter, Sabrina Ann Criscuolo, now 18 months old.

Sabrinas website http://www.youngestentrepreneur.com promotes and provides web based business opportunities for those that are looking to make part-time or full-time extra income via the internet. Sabrinas website also sells products that are selected for quality and value.

Sabrinas website offers exceptional values on products such as beautiful fresh cut flowers, candles, entrepreneureal based merchandise, internet based business opportunities and much more. (Even an acre of land on the Moon!)

The site is constantly updated, so please remember to check back often to see what new products and business opportunities have been added.

Robert calls his daughter Sabrina "The Youngest Entrepreneur in America", hence the website name "http://www.YoungestEntrepreneur.com".

Sabrinas father Robert commented, "In recent times, the conventional means of funding a childs future education via stocks, mutual funds, Bank CD's, have not only become risky but have also not produced the greatest returns over time." "That's why I decided to be innovative and take a different approach." "I want to give others the same opportunity of making extra money from the internet by taking advantage of the many home based business opportunites that the world wide web has to offer."

All profits from the sale of merchandise from Sabrinas website will go towards her future education.

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