Sharing a love for roses doesn’t cost a thing

This past Thursday, Lake Country Flowers celebrated four years in business with their Fall in Love with Flowers event.

This past Thursday, Lake Country Flowers celebrated four years in business with their Fall in Love with Flowers event.  The ladies from Lake Country Flowers gave away 300 roses, two at a time.

The idea behind this successful event is to keep one rose for yourself, and pass the other rose along to someone else, thus spreading the love of flowers.

Although some folks were skeptical, most were delighted to get something for nothing.  The spirit of giving was well received.

Not only do the ladies of Lake Country Flowers have  sunny and pleasant personalities, the weather was in the same sunny and pleasant demeanour.

Business owner Suzanne Bramall confirms “It’s so much fun for everyone involved, this event will definately occur again next fall.”

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