As a black owned florist in Philadelphia, I am a proud and proud owner of the only professional black owned and operated floral business in my city.
I am so proud of my city and the people that I know that I was able to find a way to open my own business and have it be the only one in my market. I will be forever in debt to my community and my employees that have been with me from day one and without these employees I would not have been able to make it through the day with nothing.
Philadelphians love florists because the city has a few great ones doing great work. I’m honored to be a part of the city’s history and future. I am so happy to know I can add another to the list of professionals in the city that is dedicated to providing quality service for their customers all while still being an equal opportunity employer.
Although florists often get their names in the national press for their high-priced floral arrangements, they also are pretty cool people who just love their jobs. I know many of them and I’ve gotten to know a few more over the years. They’re all great people with great jobs who love their jobs. They’re the ones who make the city of Philadelphia great.
The florists I know are pretty down to earth, kind, generous, and have some of the best flowers I’ve ever seen. As a result, theyre also pretty cool. So are their customers.
Philadelphians are a cool bunch. They were kind of shocked when I told them I lived in Philly, and then I showed them my apartment. Both are great towns full of cool people. The florists are the best because they do such a great job, and they take great pride in their work.
The florists, like the customers, are a bit of a mystery. Their customers seem to all be wealthy and have super-high standards. Most of the florists I know are fairly middle class. And they seem to have a large network of relationships with most of the people I know. Their customers seem to know each other.
The florists I know are all pretty middle-class. They all have some sort of job, and many have careers beyond the floristry. They all live in the same town, and they all have a lot of friends. They all have some sort of relationship, and they all meet at the same dinner parties.
I think it’s safe to say most florists in the U.S. are either rich or super-wealthy.
Black owned florists, if you have one in Philadelphia, you’re probably a pretty well-off person, so I guess you could say I’m not entirely sure.