BOW TOWN: Detroit kid entrepreneur Ja’Niyah Adams’ Niyah Monique, LLC is a massive thing of beauty


Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it. (Proverbs 22:6 NIV)


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BUILDING AN EMPIRE — Behind the immeasurable support of her parents, Ja’Niyah Monique Adams went to great lengths while quarantining by establishing what is known as Niyah Monique, LLC, her newly-erected Detroit-area venture that is widely known for creating handcrafted hair bows and lip gloss.

As the old saying goes, there’s a first time for everything.

Might as well add eight-year-old two-way entrepreneur to the list.
That’s exactly the distinctly unique label Ja’Niyah Monique Adams has garnered in the wake of this unprecedented global pandemic.
Behind the immeasurable support of her parents, Adams went to great lengths while quarantining by establishing what is known as Niyah Monique, LLC, her newly-erected Detroit-area venture that is widely known for creating handcrafted hair bows and lip gloss.

ORDER Ja’NIYAH’S PRODUCTS: https://www.niyahmonique.com/

Suitably known as “Niyah,” Adams’ entrepreneurial ambition is something by which the Einstein Elementary (located in Oak Park, Michigan) third grader had endeavored to accomplish for some time.

During an interview this week with Making Headline News, Adams’ mother, Sha-Ron McGore, said her daughter — whom she appropriately dubs a “girly girl” — has had a knack for fashion for as long as she can remember.

HAIR BOWS GALORE — Interestingly, Niyah Monique, LLC has a website, where Adams’ wide range of hair bows and lip gloss can be purchased.

For what it’s worth, such a keen passion had ultimately given way to full-fledged business whereby consumers can purchase her products at a kiosk in Great Lakes Crossing Mall in nearby in Auburn Hills, Michigan every Saturday and Sunday through December 20.

Adams’ business in early January 2021 will then relocate to the Oakland Mall in Troy, Michigan, where plans are effectively in the works to invite other kid business owners the golden opportunity to showcase their entrepreneurial mechanics through their respective venture.


THIS KID IS LIT

AMERICA’S TRENDSETTER — “The thing I like the most is the creativity of my bows,” said Adams, whose products are for young girls and women of all ages nationwide.

For Adams — who’s undoubtedly wise beyond her years — the startup of what is shaping up to become a booming business is a dream come true for this vibrant rising star of an entrepreneur.

“As a younger kid, I liked to wear my hair in a ponytail and a big hair bow,” said Adams, explaining what fueled her desire to start a business. “I used to collect all types of hair bows. So this year, I told my mom I should just start my own hair bow line and she helped me.”

And the rest, as they say, was history.

IT WAS ALL A DREAM — “As a younger kid, I liked to wear my hair in a ponytail and a big hair bow,” said Adams, explaining what fueled her desire to start a business. “I used to collect all types of hair bows. So this year, I told my mom I should just start my own hair bow line and she helped me.”

After expressing her fervent desire to start a venture that customarily offers her signature hair bows and lip gloss, Adams’ parents subsequently wasted little time making what was a worthy investment into their daughter’s future.

Talk about placing a figurative bow over their precious gift of a daughter whom, to her credit, has made some remarkably brilliant strides since her company went into operations.

SOLID SUPPORTING CAST — During an interview this week with Making Headline News, Adams’ mother, Sha-Ron McGore, said her daughter — whom she appropriately dubs a “girly girl” — has had a knack for fashion for as long as she can remember.

Besides, as the old saying goes, there’s a first time for everything.

Might as well add eight-year-old two-way entrepreneur to the list.

“The thing I like the most is the creativity of my bows,” said Adams, whose products are for young girls and women of all ages nationwide.

Interestingly, Niyah Monique, LLC has a website, where Adams’ wide range of hair bows and lip gloss can be purchased.


ORDER Ja’NIYAH’S PRODUCTS: https://www.niyahmonique.com/

BRIGHT FUTURE AHEAD — After expressing her fervent desire to start a venture that customarily offers her signature hair bows and lip gloss, Adams’ parents subsequently wasted little time making what was a worthy investment into their daughter’s future.

BUSINESSLIKE APPROACH — Suitably known as “Niyah,” Adams’ entrepreneurial ambition is something by which the Einstein Elementary (located in Oak Park, Michigan) third grader had endeavored to accomplish for some time.

For more information about Detroit business owner Ja’Niyah Monique Adams of Niyah Monique, LLC, or to purchase her products, call 248.605.2236 (extension 750) or connect with her via social at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NiyahMoniquellc; Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/niyah_moniquellc/. Also, send email to: niyahmoniquellc@gmail.com.

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