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Tips for Designing Your Flower Garden Beds - Lakewood ObserverTuesday, July 18, 2017
LLC, a landscaping company based in Lakewood. The Yardist provides a variety of landscaping services to residential and small business owners in Lakewood, Rocky River, Bay Village, Westlake, Avon, Avon Lake and neighboring communities. http://lakewoodobserver.com/read/2017/06/20/tips-for-designing-your-flower-garden-beds
Dimensional Fund Advisors Lp Opened Huge Ftd Companies, Inc Position - BZ WeeklySunday, February 11, 2018
Cornerstone Management Hldgs Limited Liability Corporation invested 0.01% of its portfolio in FTD Companies, Inc. (NASDAQ:FTD). 16,208 are owned by Public Employees Retirement System Of Ohio. Voya Mngmt Ltd Company holds 0% or 10,464 shares. Thrivent For Lutherans holds 102,820 shares. Us National Bank De holds 0% or 5,325 shares in its portfolio. Mason Street Advsrs Ltd owns 4,238 shares for 0% of their portfolio. Pub Sector Pension Investment Board accumulated 10,924 shares. Parkside Bancshares And owns 588 shares. Vanguard Inc owns 1.52 million shares or 0% of their US portfolio. Gmt Corporation holds 0.53% or 1.89M shares in its portfolio. Schwab Charles Investment Mgmt accumulated 95,521 shares.The New Dimensional Fund Advisors Lp Holding in Ftd Companies, IncDimensional Fund Advisors Lp reported SC 13G/A form with the SEC for Ftd Companies, Inc. Access it here: 000125889718001009. As reported by Dimensional Fund Advisors Lp, the filler owns 7.76% or 2,138,627 shares of the Consumer Discretionary–company.Ftd Companies, Inc stake is new for [reportingPerson]. Date of activity: December 31, 2017. This shows Dimensional Fund Advisors Lp’s positive view for Ftd Companies, Inc. For a institutional investor managing $347.00 billion in assets and having 488+ experts this is interesting position.Ftd Companies, Inc Institutional SentimentFilings show 125 investors own Ftd Companies, Inc. The ownership in Q3 2015 is high, at Infinity of the outstanding shares. This is increased by 8432438. 26655537 were owned by these investors. 15 funds opened new Ftd Companies, Inc stakes, 53 increased positions. There were 13 that closed positions and 38 reduced them. James H. Litinsky Jhl Capital Group Llc is an investor bullish on Ftd Companies, Inc, owning 950000 shares as of Q3 2015 for 3.13% of its por...
Halstead Floral marks 45 years - The KansanSunday, February 11, 2018
At the age of 84, Flask is the oldest florist operating in the United States."I will never retire," Flask said. "I can't imagine sitting at home in a rocking chair."Flask grew up in Ohio, where he learned life is not all about making a profit."I was raised in a blue-collar family," Flask said. "We had everything we needed. We didn't have anything extra."Flask's father quit school in the sixth grade to help at home and wound up working in a steel mill. Though his father decreed Flask and his sister had to graduate high school before going out to get a regular job, that didn't stop Flask from becoming an entrepreneur. In high school, Flask would grow flowers and bring in truckloads of Christmas trees and watermelons to sell on the side of the highway."I never had a job, but I was learning how to make money," Flask said.His flower arrangements for family and neighbors soon caught the eyes of others."When I was in the ninth grade, I did the high school secretary's wedding out of our living room," Flask said.During Flask's senior year, he went to a floral shop and told them he wanted to work there. They turned him down, so he decided to go every day to watch and learn."I wanted to get my hands in it. I wanted to be a part of it," Flask said. "I went every day for about a month before they were in a bind with a lot of funeral work."The shop owner asked him if he could green the arrangements and make bows. Flask said he could, and thus began his career in the flo... http://www.thekansan.com/news/20180102/halstead-floral-marks-45-years
Vermilion's Tiffany's Flowers is sprouting history amid old town hall - The Morning JournalSunday, February 11, 2018
Lake Erie, many couples come from out of town to hold their weddings in the city. So, her shop will be working on a bridal show and hosting it at her venue with people coming from all over in Ohio. Her building, the old Town Hall of Vermilion that was built in 1887, lies in the heart of the annual Woollybear Festival, Fish Festival, Ice-A-Fair and other city events where the shop participates in, offer sales and invite vendors into her shop. She said there’s no way better to promote your business. “For me it’s about helping lift up my fellow business owners and really working towards making this a destination, not just for people who are out of town, but the people who are in our area who are rediscovering what a great place this is to be,” she said. “That’s what I think the key in Vermilion and all theses little towns are; I’m helping my business owners and myself. We’re all in this together.” Recognized by the United States Department of the Interior on the National Register of Historic Places, the former town hall is an advantage for Sekeres because what used to be a large council chamber is now a room where she holds events or rents out to others for showers, parties and more. Concerts welcoming local and upcoming artists have also been held on the first floor of her shop, she said, adding, a music video for Wakeman-native and The Voice contestant Emily Keener was shot in the upstairs of the historic building. When Sekeres was looking for the site of her newest building, she thought the old town hall building looked very gloomy inside and she did not want her shop to be there. But her friends fixed cleaned it up, she learned of the building’s character, potential and personality. She said that during festivals or events she holds many people and older citizens come in and share their stories of the building.One slight disadvantage with the historic building is that people come in to only look at the building and don’t realize what she is selling, Sekeres said. However, she uses color, decoration of flowers, smell and merchandise, to help showcase her business. “We are happy here and are blessed,” she said. “The biggest thing is helping other business owners and the town. It comes back.” With the building, Serekes said she plans to have more weddings and other events come to her after hopefully working to refurbish more of the opera house in order to use all of the building. Don’t Miss>> Kiedrowski’s Bakery preserves history in sweet way>> Vaughnteriors operates Amherst store, runs in-home sales... http://www.morningjournal.com/article/MJ/20180126/NEWS/180129563
Everyday People: Teacher shares her passion for flowers - The Bozeman Daily ChronicleSunday, February 11, 2018
Leisa Cook inherited a love of flowers from her grandmother in Ohio.In high school, Cook swept floors and cleaned buckets at a florist’s shop to break into the business.For years she worked in every part of the retail floral industry — managing, owning, designing arrangements. She loved it. Still, she thought, “There’s got to be more to this.”AdvertisementCook found the missing piece when she began teaching floral design classes to adults. Her favorite thing is teaching workshops for the elderly and people with disabilities.“It’s been amazing,” she said. “I’m giving something back, helping people.”She has brought her workshop to the state hospital at Warm Springs. Men and women with mental disabilities walk in looking sullen, but when they see buckets of flowers, their faces brighten. When she tells them they can make small bouquets to take back to their rooms, they get excited and forget their troubles.“Most had someone they were going to give the flowers to,” Cook said.Teaching the elderly, she likes to ask about their favorite flowers and what...