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Teen Hustl founder Jack Bonneau stands for a portrait after taking a delivery to a home in his neighborhood on Sept. 18, 2020, in Broomfield. (Timothy Hurst/Staff Photographer)
Teen Hustl founder Jack Bonneau stands for a portrait after taking a delivery to a home in his neighborhood on Sept. 18, 2020, in Broomfield. (Timothy Hurst/Staff Photographer)
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Fourteen-year-old Jack Bonneau recently won the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Dream Big Young Entrepreneur Achievement Award for his company TeenHustl.

TeenHustl workers pick up packages sent to Amazon Lockers and deliver them directly to their recipients to avoid the possibility of theft from porch pirates, according to a chamber news release.

“Thank you to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for this national award,” Bonneau said in the release. “With the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship that this award represents, we’re excited this holiday season to pioneer our Amazon Locker Delivery service. This service will be great for our customers, Amazon and will make our neighborhoods safer by removing the opportunity for porch pirate package theft, while providing teens with great work opportunities.”

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