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Florists in Commerce Township, MI

Find local Commerce Township, Michigan florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Commerce Township and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Commerce Township Flower Shops

1 800 Us Flowers Inc

8342 Timber Cove Street
Commerce Township, MI 48382
(248) 363-0643

All Occasions Flowers And Plants

8215 Cooley Lake Rd
Commerce Township, MI 48382
(800) 535-1190

Christopher's Personal Touch Special Events Floris

1006 Benstein Road Suite 108
Commerce Township, MI 48390
(248) 668-9273

Curtis & Brooks Llc

39690 W 14 Mile Rd
Commerce Township, MI 48390
(248) 438-6037

Commerce Township MI News

Aug 29, 2016

70-year-old Wesley Berry Flowers closing local company-owned stores

The company's owner, Wesley Berry II, did not respond to requests for comment. The Commerce Township-based florist was operating four brick-and-mortar stores in the region: two in Detroit and one each in Commerce Township and West Bloomfield Township. As of Friday, only its downtown Detroit store in the Penobscot Building and its West Bloomfield store at Orchard Lake and West Maple roads remained open, fulfilling advance orders that had been placed, said Jerry Baker, manager of the downtown Detroit store. Its original store, which opened in 1946 on Schoolcraft Avenue near Greenfield Road on Detroit's west side, and its Commerce Township location on Haggerty Road north of Pontiac Trail had been shuttered. Baker said he has orders placed at the downtown Detroit store for events taking place the next three weekends. As it winds down, the store also continues to fill small walk-in orders. Wesley Berry's corporate leadership informed him it was closing some of its stores last week, without giving any reason for the closure, he said. "It was a surprise; I didn't see it coming." The company took all of its equipment from the Penobscot Building shop, including computers and a fax machine, last week, Baker said, and it disconnected the phone line for the store. Signs on the Detroit store's windows let customers know the shop is operating on a cash-only basis now. The lone Wesley Berry franchised store left, in Canton Township, was still operating last week. Its owner declined any comment. Under the ... (Crain's Detroit Business)

Feb 2, 2016

Tuesday's roundup: Mott notches first boys basketball win

U-D Jesuit's Cassius Winston goes up for two past Detroit Catholic Central's David Weber (2) and Jack Morris (22),(Photo: Detroit News) Commerce Township — Waterford Mott coach Jeff Jayson said he was relieved on Tuesday night, following his team’s 66-57 win over host Walled Lake Northern. The win was Mott’s first of the season. “It’s nice to get that monkey off our back,” he said. “The kids earned it. They played really hard and tonight’s effort showed they wanted to win. I’m really proud of them.” Elijah Crowder had 20 points to lead Mott (1-9, 1-4 KLAA North). Tariq Hardy added 13. “He’s been struggling a lot with his shot,” Jayson said of Crowder. “He came out and knocked down some big shots for us and got us rolling early.” Spencer Brown scored 20 and Matthew O’Brien 13 for Northern (4-6, 2-2). Mott took early advantage of Northern miscues and jumped out to an early 5-2 lead, with 6:00 left in the first quarter. Mott kept rolling, going on a 9-4 run in the last 3:30 of the quarter. After one, Mott was on top, 19-10. Mott kept rolling in the second quarter, holding Northern to one basket in the first 4:30. Northern... (The Detroit News)

Jun 25, 2015

Court fight creates a thorn for Wesley Berry Flowers, with a single franchise left in Canton Township, plus four brick-and-mortar stores in metro Detroit operating as Commerce Township-based Wesley Berry Flowers.Under the Wesley Berry Flowers name, the combined businesses ranked No. 1,755 on Inc. magazine's 2014 list of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies, with $40.2 million in reported revenue for 2013, up from $11.9 million in 2010.FDE's growing footprint — with deliveries in 152 countries and a network of tens of thousands of florists filling those orders — has put it into conflict — and court — with florist giant Teleflora LLC.FDE had been a member of the Teleflora network going back to the 1950s and used its services for order fulfillment and credit card processing. But more recently, the two have sparred over issues tied to a large number of refunds to credit card transactions Teleflora considers questionable.Teleflora cut Wesley Berry from its floral network in April, and lawsuits filed by each side ensued.Wesley Berry subsequently dropped a Detroit case filed in federal court in April against Teleflora. In the meantime, two cases filed by Teleflora in May in U.S. District Court in California are ongoing.Kaveh Kashef, a litigation partner at Clark Hill PLC in Birmingham representing Wesley Berry, said the relationship between the two companies has broken down primarily because "as Wesley Berry has grown, Teleflora sees us as a competitor in their treatment of us." A Teleflora attorney declined to comment. Room for growth As e-commerce started to unfold in the early '90s, Wesley Berry Flowers could s... (Crain's Detroit Business)

May 22, 2015

Korean War veteran from Southfield wants to surprise military couple with flowers

He sent a letter earlier this month to Wesley Berry Florist, based in Commerce Township, with $50 enclosed. “I decided that the action of sending flowers that aided me could help some other couple,” Hitchcock wrote. “The only requirement I make is that one (member of) the couple is a serviceman serving overseas in a combat zone, preferably a Marine, and use these funds to provide flowers for Memorial Day to express his love for her.” Wesley Berry, the owner of the flower company, sent the $50 back to Hitchcock. But the company will still honor his request, free of charge. Beginning next year, the company also plans to honor more than 10 military couples in the same way every Memorial Day. Berry said, “This kind of opportunity to show support to our troops doesn’t come around often, so we wanted to jump on this chance. Ted told us about how a tiny gesture can go a long way, so we wanted to brighten the lives of those who are making the biggest sacrifice of all. We wanted to say ‘thank you,’ so we’re saying it with flowers.” Berry has asked The Oakland Press for help find a couple that fits these qualifications. To nominate a newlywed couple where the husband is in the military, serving overseas in a combat zone, email or comment on with why you think this couple deserves to be surprised with a free boutique of flowers. The winner will be selected by Wesley Berry Florist and contacted on Tuesday next week. For more information about Wesley Berry Flowers, located at 2985 Haggerty Road in Commerce Township and 6677 Orchard Lake Road in West Bloomfield, visit (The Oakland Press)