Teen entrepreneur returns to head up local fundraiser

Houston Gunn returned to Bonney Lake this morning to speak at Bonney Lake Elementary School. Gunn will be heading up a fundraiser that runs until Sunday, May 4 at the Puyallup Fairgrounds.

Houston Gunn returned to Bonney Lake this morning to speak at Bonney Lake Elementary School.

Gunn will be heading up a fundraiser that runs until Sunday, May 4 at the Puyallup Fairgrounds.

According to a press release, proceeds from his book “Schooled for Success How I Plan to Graduate from High School a Millionaire” will go to Tacoma YFC non-profit organization to send Pierce County foster & underprivileged kids/teens to summer camps.

For more information on Gunn and the fundraiser, visit his website.

 

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