I enjoy sharing information about the Floral Industry.
It is a responsibility on my part to be a reliable Florist to Floral Clients when they are needing to place a Floral Order. My main objective is to guide and suggest the appropriate and best Floral, Plant or Gift Item. My goal is to Bring Peace of Mind to all Occasions through the Beauty and Grace of Flowers.
My parents bought a Florist in Nashville in 1976. The Staff at the time told me to go to any Floral Accounting School and Floral Design School that I wanted to attend. They said there is good information to learn however, they said 'They would teach me Everything I would need to know about the Floral Business.' I also learned about (what I call. Grass Roots Marketing. Knocking on a Business' door and Introducing myself and asking, "What can I do to Earn your Floral Business"?
Being introduced to an Office Mgr or Human Resource Personnel who are responsible for Floral Orders.
Then me being able to build a trustworthy relationship with them and knowing they are comfortable with my Personal Customer Care.
Qualifying Questions: What are three questions we can ask clients to help pave the way for a referral? List them here.
Do you have a Personal Contact with a Florist.
Do you have a Florist who will pay attention to details in ensuring your Orders are taken care of.
Would you like to meet a Florist with Experience, Consideration of your time, and concern your Floral Orders are taken care of.
Describe How You Would Like To Be Introduced Via Email
May I Introduce you to Rip Beazley with Brown's Florist. He has over Forty-Five years experience in the Floral Industry in Nashville and will take good care of you.