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Billings high school students play Easter bunny in budding business venture

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BILLINGS - A pair of Billings high school students turned business owners want to egg your yard.

That's the name of their business. Egg My Yard is a service that takes the hassle out of hiding eggs for your Sunday morning Easter egg hunt.

Madison Martinez, a Senior High student, and Abbigail Sparks, who attends West High, are both involved in the Young Business Professionals of America. These young ladies compete against each other at YBPS and merged minds for this project.

Here's how it works: just purchase a package of either 20 or 50 eggs and awake to a lawn of hidden candy-packed eggs. The smaller package is $20 and the larger one is $40, which includes a “golden egg.”

One week away from the Easter holiday, the girls have orders for about 2,500 eggs.

"We've got a really strong community feedback,” said Martinez. “My teachers haven't figured out it's me yet, but I've been really proud with the response we've gotten. “

Sparks agreed, noting that the business is such a hit, they’ve already seen copycats.

“It's been really positive, everyone is leaving really nice comments and sharing our message so we're really grateful for that," said Sparks.

The girls will be accepting orders through Friday.

You can contact them by messaging their Facebook page here.

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