Visa Inc. honors Kingston teen as young entrepreneur of the year

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Peter Crabtree of Kingston is coming home from Washington, D.C., with a $10,000 scholarship in his hand. The teen beat out more than 8,000 candidates nationwide to be recognized Tuesday evening in the nation's capital as Visa Inc.'s young entrepreneur of the year.

Crabtree owns and operates CBC's Chocolates in Poulsbo. He started the company when he was 15 to raise money for college.

The West Sound Academy senior plans to attend Seattle University in the fall.

For more complete coverage, read the June 7 edition of the North Kitsap Herald.

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