Florist participates in Make Someone Smile Week
by Samantha Shal
sshal@neighbornewspapers.com
05:59 PM, Friday, July 25
This week, as part of Teleflora’s Make Someone Smile Week, Buckhead Wright’s Florist delivered 203 Be Happy Bouquets to the residents of the Peachtree Road High Rise nursing center. Store employees and volunteers spent Monday and Tuesday making th...

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