Micah Harrigan, the 10-year-old who has drawn fans through a lemonade stand he set up outside his South Philadelphia home, is on the move.

First, he is no longer selling from a card table at 23rd and Sigel Streets. โ€œThe crowds were just too big,โ€ said his mother, Danielle, a grade-school teacher.

In a bit of fortuitous timing, real estate developer Ori Feibush stepped in to allow Micah to sell out of OCF Coffee House at 20th and Federal Streets after store hours. Micahโ€™s schedule, which also includes pop-ups at various businesses, is posted on his @Micahsmixx Instagram.

Second, Micah also has caught the attention of Splenda, which appreciated his line of sugar-free flavors, including strawberry, peach, watermelon, and traditional lemon.

Splenda says it is sending sales director Tiffany Jennings to meet Micah at OCF on Thursday, Aug. 6 to hand him a $1,000 check for his college fund as well as a bike outfitted with the Micahโ€™s Mixx logo.

Danielle Harrigan said Micah, whom she describes as a โ€œgo-getter,โ€ has socked away all of his profits. His next goal is to obtain a trailer to take the business on the road.