They're not old enough to vote, but Clancy Johnston, 16, and Jordan Hepton, 17, are already running a business.
The young men are longtime friends who wanted to launch a business together. So they pooled their savings for startup cash the business is debt-free and created a retail-based business plan.
On Monday, they opened Fashion City Exchange at 364 S. Eagle Road. The shop buys and sells brand-name clothes for teens and young adults. Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday.
"The world often views teens as being only interested in fun, school and hanging out with friends, with often no focus," Johnston said. "You can do extraordinary things as a teenager and shouldn't let others set limitations on you."