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Arizona State Featured Florists
804 South 6Th AvenueTucson, AZ 85701
933 North 2Nd AvenueAjo, AZ 85321
1400 Fry BlvdSierra Vista, AZ 85635
1500 East Broadway RoadTempe, AZ 85282
1054 N Gilbert Rd Ste 2Gilbert, AZ 85234
Arizona Flowers News
Jan 12, 2018
Florists Prep For Inspiring Day In Omaha
New to the Profit Blast stage is Rakini Chinery, AAF, AzMF. The owner of Allan's Flowers in Prescott, Arizona, has shared some of her secrets to success in Floral Management and will now go into more detail with "Driving Local Orders to Your Shop." Participants will learn how to flag local customers in their wire-in orders and then convert them to direct buyers, improve their search engine optimization and break through creative plateaus with social media.
SAF's popular 1-Day Profit Blast is gearing up for three other dates in 2018. Check safnow.org/1-day-profit-blast to see if the can't miss event — packed with design, sales, technology and management education along with a Supplier Showcase — is coming to a city near you!
The Society of American Florists is the leading organization representing all segments of the floral industry. SAF is proud to provide marketing, business and government services to its members, including growers, wholesalers, retailers, suppliers, importers, educators, designers and allied organizations. The association was chartered by an act of Congress in 1884. To learn more about SAF or to join, visitsafnow.org.
Source: The Society of American Florists... (PerishableNews )Dec 29, 2017
Fiesta Flowers Flower Shop Announces Their Holiday Promotions Featuring Holiday Flowers and Bouquets In Tempe
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!”.Fiesta Flowers, Plants and Gifts is a locally owned and operated professional Florist based in Tempe, Arizona. They offer same day delivery within Tempe, Arizona and the surrounding areas. They are a well-established company since 2004 with a combined experience of 25 years in the floral industry and have gained a reputation within the local community for reliability, professionalism and above all top quality flowers that they purchase directly from farms all over the world.For more information about the company or to see some of their stunning displays visit their website at FiestaFlowersAZ.com or alternatively visit the store in person, you can find Fiesta Flowers in Tempe here.[embedded content]Media ContactCompany Name: Fiesta Flowers Plants & GiftsContact Person: Shannon SlatteryEmail:[email protected]Phone: (480) 777-0060Address:744 W Elliot Rd #103City: TempeState: AZCountry: United StatesWebsite:fiestaflowersaz.comPowered by WPeMaticoRelated... (NB Herard)Nov 2, 2017
ECOVIEWS: State flowers and trees make statements
Some states have made excellent choices. The redwood of California, saguaro cactus of Arizona and bald cypress of Louisiana are iconic representatives with which people are familiar. The choices for California and Louisiana are even within the botanical guidelines for having both a state tree and flower because redwoods and cypress are conifers.The state flowers of California and Louisiana are the golden poppy and the magnolia blossom, respectively. The cottonwood is the state tree of Kansas, Nebraska and Wyoming perhaps because the choice of native trees that grow throughout each state is somewhat limited.The official tree of Texas is the pecan. (And, as of 2013, pecan is the official state pie.) For the folks in West Texas, the mesquite tree might have been a more suitable selection. Considering its size, perhaps Texas should have two state trees. The choice of the Texas bluebonnet as the state flower seems a reasonable one.Having a state legislator who is a botanist might be a good idea considering some choices that have been made. Georgia, Vermont and Alabama each picked a non-native species for their state flower. Georgia’s Cherokee rose is no more Cherokee than any other Asian plant that was introduced to the New World in the 1700s. They may be pretty, but they are not native. Cherokee rose is even considered an invasive species in some areas.Ve... (The Star)Oct 5, 2017
Birthday celebration: Joshua Springs resident turns 104 years old
Calif., at a time when Woodrow Wilson was president, Major League Baseball had 16 teams, including the Cleveland Naps and the Brooklyn Dodgers, and Arizona was the most recent state admitted to the Union, the previous year.She lived in El Cajon for about 30 years, eventually moving to Minnesota after her marriage; she moved to Bullhead City from Washington state in 2010. (Mohave Valley News)Sep 8, 2017
Twitter won't water your flowers: How social media is destroying our sense of community
They had started seeing people with my wife’s condition develop a rare, genetic form of lung cancer. They wanted her to fly from Georgia to Arizona for tests.More: I invested early in Google and Facebook. Now they terrify me.More: Are we raising a generation of 'affluenza' teens?In 2016, my wife, my two children and I saw protesters show up on our front lawn, had armed guards stationed in our driveway to protect us from people threatening violence who were angry about my opposition to candidate Trump, faced down blood clots in my lungs and began a battle with a lung cancer for which there is no cure. Fortunately, medicine has made enormous progress in 10 years. My wife takes a pill developed by AstraZeneca that keeps her cancer at bay for now. The lung cancer will eventually mutate to avoid the effects of the pill. As long as new pills are developed ahead of her cancer’s mutation, she will be fine. We live life now in three month increments between her lung scans.Through all of this personal turmoil and watching the world seemingly turn upside down in chaos and uncertainty, I have fretted about my children. Evelyn just turned 12 and Gunnar is eight. Should they google me to find out who I am, they will most likely find out what those who do not like me think of me. In fact, their elementary school computer teacher informed me that I was the first parent in all her years of teaching who she could not use as an example for Google. The links that came up were just too much for elementary school kids.I want my children to know me and my wife. If something should happen to us, I want them to know why we raised them as we did, why we think our values are important for them to share, and how to have a sense of community and normalcy around them. What I have realized is that social media is probably doing more to destroy our sense of self and community than anything else in the modern world.As fewer people go to church or participate in their local communities or even know their next door neighbor, they have turned to worlds of their own construction where everyone in those worlds thinks like them. They do not have to deal with competing or differing opinions because in their worlds, there are none. Over time, any competing ideas that drift into their self-created worlds are not different, but evil. They find their religious and civic engagement are both channeled toward causes, which are most often political in nature. Our willingness to en...