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Price Floral

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Price Floral

Price Floral, Inc., 44 W. Main, 637-2731, is owned by Jackie Davis.

Price Floral is a full service florist shop with personalized attention, serving both the local and worldwide markets.

Special orders for fresh and artificial arrangements are not only welcomed but expected. They specialize in traditional and high style designing for all occasions and have a high turnover in flowers, allowing them to always have the freshest product available.

Davis says, "we back up our work with a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee." She adds, "I am in the business because I love it."

Davis purchased Price Floral 23 years ago and has enjoyed the business ever since.

"If you like what you do, having a business is not work," she says, adding, " I also have a staff that is exceptional, that also keeps the environment enjoyable."

Four years ago they moved to their current location and increased the show area tremendously. This allowed them to bring in new gift lines and offer an expanded array of wedding rentals. It also provided space for displaying wedding cakes, which were a new addition to the wedding department.

Davis has served as secretary of the Downtown Business Association and on the Board of Governors for the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce. She has served as chairperson for the St. Patrick's Day parade and International Days parade "for more years than I can remember."

"I have also been honored to work as a designer on a design panel alongside nationally accredited designers at various shows in the Salt Lake area," she concludes.

As the holidays approach they are making plans for their 23rd annual Christmas Open House. They always feature new decorating ideas with traditional charm. "And of course it wouldn't be complete without the cider and homemade cookies everyone has come to anticipate and enjoy," Davis says.

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