Tanner Harrison explained, "The Wolf'em is a camp fire dessert that is better than Smores."
Last fall, 16-year-old Tanner and his 13-year-old brother Spencer signed up for a young entrepreneurs class in South Jordan. They were challenged to come up with a product and business idea.
Tanner said, "Our cousins taught us about Wolf'ems. Each time we ate them, we had to make new sticks. So we decided to make reusable sticks."
To use the Wolf'em stick is pretty easy: spray the stick, add biscuit dough and bake! When it is done you fill it with anything you want and eat.
The young men can not only call themselves business men, but inventors too. Spencer, the 13-year-old, came up with the handle system.
Spencer said, "I don't like turning Smores, it would be easier with a rotary handle system."
Spencer and tanner are just kids, teenagers who can call themselves inventors and business men. They build their product, hire employees and sell Wolf'em sticks: together, a very young brother duo.
Tanner explained, "We used to play video games and now we are working together, it is natural."
It has been a very busy summer for the Harrison brothers. A summer where the boys have learned and accomplished something as teenagers many never accomplish as adults.