Her slogan: “Buy a Bottle…Save a Bee.” It's so easy. Now that’s sweet! It's my birthday and I've always thought it's better to give than to receive!! All rights reserved. The Healthy Hive Foundation™ is powered by The Giving Back Fund, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with federal tax exempt status as a public charity. Me and the Bees Lemonade. Mikaila uses local honey and donates a percentage of the profits. 443 Likes, 20 Comments - Me & the Bees Lemonade (@mikailasbees) on Instagram: “BEE FEARLESS: Ep. Our lemonade is fresh-squeezed with added Texas wildflower honey, flaxseed and mint. It's my birthday and I've always thought it's better to give than to receive!! And there's a special lemonade BOGO [Code: SHARK]. Bee the change by joining Mikaila in making a difference. Instead of developing a fear of bees, something unexpected happened: The preschooler developed a fascination for the fuzzy striped insects. When I was just four, my family encouraged me to make a product for a Children’s business competition (the Acton Children’s Business Fair) and Austin Lemonade Day. 638 Likes, 31 Comments - Me & the Bees Lemonade (@mikailasbees) on Instagram: “Austin, after you SIP we hope you SHARE! Mikaila Ulmer, Me and The Bees Lemonade When 4-year-old Mikaila Ulmer got stung by a bee—not once, but twice in one week—it scared her. I thought about some ideas. 38.4k Followers, 1,461 Following, 402 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Me & the Bees Lemonade (@mikailasbees) Your donation helps Mikaila save the Bees. Me & the Bees Lemonade™ is a family-owned business in Austin, Texas. Do you know that Me & the Bees Lemonade seeks to help educate consumers about the bees’ role in the ecosystem and the alarming decline in the bee population? So, as a token of my appreciation, I am celebrating by giving back to you. The Healthy Hive Foundation™ is powered by The Giving Back Fund, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with federal tax exempt status as … 233 Likes, 13 Comments - Me & the Bees Lemonade (@mikailasbees) on Instagram: “#TBT // Last Thursday we celebrated Thanksgiving; a time to reflect on being thankful, but I don’t…” 558 Likes, 38 Comments - Me & the Bees Lemonade (@mikailasbees) on Instagram: “I making my Sweet Lemonade Bundt cake. Our lemonade is fresh-squeezed with added Texas wildflower honey, flaxseed and mint. BEE MY SWEET HONEY The original love: honey. As Me & the Bees Lemonade celebrates ten years of delivering premium, all-natural, purpose-driven lemonade to loyal fans across America, we look to a healthy future as I continue to dream big (like a kid!) Me & the Bees Lemonade™ is a family-owned business in Austin, Texas. ©2019 Me & the Bees Lemonade and Healthy Hive Foundation. We're back on Shark Tank! Grab a #MeAndTheBees at your local @starbucks for a…” All the while going to school, becoming fluent in Spanish, and learning to rock climb. 1 Today I interviewed a San Francisco State University biology professor and the…” At 15 years old, Mikaila Ulmer is a student, bee ambassador, social entrepreneur and author. We are now ranked as the number one ready-to-drink lemonade growth brand. As Me & the Bees Lemonade celebrates ten years of delivering premium, all-natural, purpose-driven lemonade to loyal fans across America, we look to a healthy future as I continue to dream big (like a kid!) Join in on the fun. With the smell and taste of honey and vanilla, this lip balm will have you falling in love. As you can imagine, I’ve had a lot going on over the last 10 years! It donates a percentage of net profits to the Healthy Hive Foundation, Mikaila’s non-profit organization dedicated to increasing honeybee awareness and promoting safe environments where bees can thrive through research, education and preservation. Two years later, she made a pitch on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” and FUBU founder and CEO Daymond Johns invested $60,000 in Me and The Bees, helping Mikaila expand to more markets. Me and the Bees Lemonade Location. #MikailaTurns13. Besides learning everything I can about bees and creating Healthy Hive Foundation, I appeared on Shark Tank where Daymond John committed to serve as a mentor and to invest $60,000 in my business, Good Morning America, Harry Connick Jr. and PIckler & Ben shows, formed a strategic partnership with Microsoft to save the bees, AND received angel funding from ten NFL football players that resulted in more than $1M in investments. In ten years, what started as a lemonade stand in my front yard in Austin quickly grew into a national brand with distribution on more than 1500 shelves throughout the United States. My brother thinks he is getting a slice.…”