Archive: July, 2013

Oklahoma City florist thrives more than 60 years in same southside location

News from NewsOK.com: Formerly surrounded by shopping centers, furniture stores and sandwich shops, one south Oklahoma City florist now sees a different street than several decades ago when the business was founded. Jewel Box Florist, which opened at its current location at 4205 S Pennsylvania in 1952, received a Master FTD Florist award this year. [...]

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Dublin Florist Pays It Forward for “Make Someone Smile Week”

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Customers were important to florist Walker, son says

News from Winston-Salem Journal: George K. Walker Sr., the founder and co-owner of George K. Walker Florist, died Sunday at Salemtowne Retirement Community. He was 85. Walker, who had Alzheimer’s disease, died of natural causes, said Kenneth Walker, his son. “He was very generous and very patient,” Kenneth Walker said of his father. “He was [...]

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Adelberger Florist is closed; Longest running Wayne business says goodbye …

News from Main Line: Barry Barnett keeps coughing. It’s the dust in his lungs, he says, dust that accumulated over two weeks of cleaning and clearing out 46 years of work – a lifetime, really – at Adelberger Florist. Barnett had hoped to celebrate Adelberger’s 125th anniversary on West Wayne Avenue this summer – the [...]

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Florist has big plans for old Eagles building

News from Martins Ferry Times Leader: BRIDGEPORT – When Don Rhodes was looking for a place to hold his daughter Whitney’s wedding reception at the end of November, he couldn’t find anything suitable to meet his needs in the local area. So what did the long-time Belmont County businessman do? He went out and bought [...]

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Price Florist gets another 30-day reprieve from demolition, repair order

News from Oak Ridge Today: A city board has declared Price Florist on Oak Ridge Turnpike a nuisance and unfit for human occupation and use, and members have given the property owner 30 days to develop a repair plan, get a demolition permit, or reach an agreement to sell it. Price Florist on Oak Ridge [...]

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Shelton resident receives statewide florist award

News from Shelton Herald: Holding the Connecticut Florists Association award from the Fruits & Flowers shop are, from left, Nello Fede, Jessica Minotti, Lee Reiske and Shelton resident Lisa Fede. Fruits & Flowers is at 566 Lindley St. in Bridgeport’s North End. A Shelton resident who owns a Bridgeport flower shop has received the Connecticut [...]

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Greenhouse/florist to shutter after 63 years

News from Foster’s Daily Democrat: NEWMARKET — In 1947 John and Rose Carpenter built their first house on Main Street in Newmarket directly across from Newmarket Junior Senior High School. Three years later, John and Rose built a small hobby greenhouse and flower shop on the side of their new house. While they both had [...]

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Greenhouse/florist to shutter after 63 years

News from Foster’s Daily Democrat: NEWMARKET — In 1947 John and Rose Carpenter built their first house on Main Street in Newmarket directly across from Newmarket Junior Senior High School. Three years later, John and Rose built a small hobby greenhouse and flower shop on the side of their new house. While they both had [...]

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Laupp Florist Stands The Test of Time in Wheeling

News from Wheeling Intelligencer: By HEATHER ZIEGLER Associate City Editor , The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register WHEELING – The mention of Laupp Florist brings to mind visions of beautiful flowers. But how about grapes? Laupp Florist has been a part of Wheeling’s business scene since 1873 when Franz Laupp built a greenhouse on Wheeling Island. [...]

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