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Three Sisters Cookies' main ingredient is family

Siblings off to a good start, but have bigger plans

7:11 AM, Jun. 28, 2013
The Three Sisters Cookie Co. vending trailer is open for business at the Farmers Market on Broadway. Julie, Maria and Alana Gokey help bake and sell the cookies. Jim Matthews/Press-Gazette Media
The Three Sisters Cookie Co. vending trailer is open for business at the Farmers Market on Broadway. Julie, Maria and Alana Gokey help bake and sell the cookies. Jim Matthews/Press-Gazette Media
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At first glance, Julia, Maria and Alana Gokey might look like regular Green Bay youngsters, but at ages 6, 9 and 10, respectively, the sisters already have their own business - and it ain't no lemonade stand.

Three Sisters Cookie Company made its debut at the Broadway Farmers' Market this year, selling homemade cookies and ice cream in a trailer, custom-built by their builder-by-trade dad, Allen. Allen Gokey was the one who persuaded them to start, while also teaching them early on how to start and run a business.

"I want them to be the first millionaires under 12," Allen Gokey joked. ...

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