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Barbara's Florist

Order flowers and gifts from Barbara's Florist located in Villa Rica GA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 406 West Montgomery Street, Villa Rica Georgia 30180 Zip. The phone number is (770) 459-1229. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Barbara's Florist in Villa Rica GA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Barbara's Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Barbara's Florist
Address:
406 West Montgomery Street
City:
Villa Rica
State:
Georgia
Zip Code:
30180
Phone number:
(770) 459-1229
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Find Barbara's Florist directions to 406 West Montgomery Street in Villa Rica, GA (Zip 30180) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 33.73386, -84.921661 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Apr 27, 2019

Meadowbrook Memory Gardens Celebrates Opening Of New Office - Douglasville, GA Patch

March 26. Meadowbrook Memory Gardens is a burial location for Jones-Wynn Funeral Home & Crematory. They are located at 1100 Hickory Level Road in Villa Rica. Meadowbrook Memory Gardens is a beautiful landscaped 30-acre perpetual care cemetery with nine sculpted and distinctly designed gardens that are set apart by unique marble, wood, and granite features and illustrate each garden's name. Meadowbrook offers traditional ground burial, mausoleum entombment, cremation ground burial, and niche internment for cremations. Their Garden of Peace is located in a tranquil setting of flowering fruit trees with a small intimate mausoleum that is available for individuals or for families. The Garden of Peace allows families to place upright markers, flat markers, memorial benches, and even their own individual flower gardens on their family estate. Private family mausoleums are also available. Chamber President and CEO, Sara Ray, congratulated Ellen, "Congratulations on your new office, the space is beautiful. We look forward to continuing to support Meadowbrook Memory Gardens for many years as you help families discover the perfect resting place for their loved ones." For more information about Meadowbrook Memory Gardens, contact the office at 770.459.6494 or visit www.jones-wynn.com/cemetery. Follow them on Facebook at Meadowbrook Memory Gardens.

Aug 29, 2016

Georgia's Flowers at center of jobs dispute

Georgia.” In the Flowers case, Rudolph Wordlaw of Douglasville sued the company and its Villa Rica warehouse subsidiary last December claiming he regularly worked 50-55 hours a week yet never received OT pay. Wordlaw did not return calls seeking comment on the case. His lawsuit says Flowers — the nation’s second largest packaged bread company with $3.7 billion in sales — controls just about every major aspect of the company-distributor-customer relationship. An independent contractor, Worldlaw and dozens of other plaintiffs claim, would have much more say over distribution, sale and marketing of Nature’s Own, Sunbeam and Merita breads. Flowers, the lawsuits say, negotiates products, prices, displays and promotional campaigns directly with retailers. “Distributors are dependent upon, and controlled by, the defendants and are not in business for themselves,” Wordlaw’s lawsuit contends. “The result is that distributors’ job duties and ability to earn income is tied directly to the sale and promotion of products outside of their control.” Independent drivers Flowers, with 1,850 employees in Georgia and another 531 distributors, has relied upon independent drivers to distribute goods since the 1980s. A distributor buys a delivery route, sometimes with help from corporate financing, and is given exclusive rights to deliver breads and snacks within a certain territory. “The independent distributor model … is a proven, market-driven approach to the operation of our direct-store-delivery segment,” the company said in a statement. “We believe that it results in significant benefits for independent distributors, their customers and Flowers.” The company said, “We do not believe the Georgia lawsuit or the others being brought against the company have merit, and we intend to vigorously defend our position.” The degree of control will be key in determining if Wordlaw and other plaintiffs are deemed independent contractors or employees, labor experts predict. A year ago the Labor Department updated its misclassification guidelines saying employers “should be wary of classifying as independent contractors merely because workers control some aspects of their job.” Catherine Ruckelshaus, an attorney with the left-leaning National Employment Law Project in New York, said the drivers appear to have the upper legal hand in their fight against Flowers. “When you’re an independent contractor you’re supposed to be running your own business,” she said. “But these drivers are not able to pass along costs if the price of gas goes up. They can’t change what’s being charged to the customers. So it doesn’t feel like a real separate business.” Flowers Foods at a glance HQ: Thomasville Founded: 1919 Bakeries: 49 U.S. distribution: 36 states and District of Columbia 2015 financial result: $197 million profit on $3.8 billion in sales Brands include: Nature’s Own, Wonder, Whitewheat, Cobblestone Bread Co., Tastykake, Dave’s Killer Bread, Barowsky’s Organic. (MyAJC)

Dec 30, 2015

GODDARD, Emily Doris Hendrix

Rev. Bill Coady of Little River Methodist Woodstock. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations to the Homeless Pets Foundation, 365 Villa Rica Way, Marietta, GA 30064 or the Cherokee County Humane Society, 5900 Bells Ferry Road, Acworth, GA 30102. (Cherokee Tribune)

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