Florist Rewards Good Deeds With ‘Good Job Bouquets’

Posted on Apr 3 2012 - 12:26pm by CONTRIBUTOR

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In Detroit, a florist has begun an endeavor whereby it will provide free “Good Job Bouquets” to locals chosen by the society for the kind things they’ve done. Plymouth-based Ribar Floral has been helping the Detroit society for over a decade, and early this year it kicked off its Good Job Bouquet program to offer amazing back to all those who have kept it going during hard-hitting economic times, according to a report on Detroit’s WDIV.

During this year, Ribar is agree to nominations of public who have done something to facilitate others in the society, and each week it’s hand-deliver a bouquet to one of them. One early winner, for case, was Lauren Langkabe, a local restaurateur who seemingly served regulars on the esteem system last year when her credit card machine broke down.

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