It's true, this teenager didn't really build this business. Somebody else made that happen. His family.
Yahoo! News -- "An armada of food trucks and other roving enterprises is catering to North Dakota oilfield workers. Eighteen-year-old Evan Jensen (pictured above) believed workers would value a hot shower nearly as much as a hot meal."
pitched the idea to his parents back at their farm in
eastern South Dakota. His father and other relatives helped him convert
a 53-foot semitrailer into a five-stall shower center with an office
and laundry facilities. A 6,000-gallon semi tanker alongside the trailer provides fresh water and collects the greywater."
"The mobile venture is called Better Showers, and a shower costs $10. Towels and washcloths are $1 extra. The water pressure is
strong, the soap is free and there is no time limit."
MP: One more new business and probably several new jobs created in the heart of North Dakota's oil patch, where the jobless rate in July was a jaw-dropping 0.70% in Williams County, and where ten counties have jobless rates below 2%.