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Classroom Sale

A heartfelt Thank You to all the amazing students that have attended my classes. I will always treasure your excitement about floral design. Every one of you made an imprint into the fabric of me....Treasure the art of designing with flowers.

I am closing the classroom location in Shawnee and having a sale of contents: design tables, chairs tools, supplies, wedding books, Plasma TV, white board, metal shelving, wooden book shelves and misc wedding rental event equipment.

There will also be vintage glass, misc containers and more that I can't even begin to list. GOOD STUFF......

Items must be removed by the end of the sale. Payments with Cash, check or credit cards.

SALE DATES AND TIMES:
Saturday June 3rd 3-8pm
Sunday June 4th 10-8pm
Monday June 5th 10-6pm
Tuesday June 6th 10-noon

Questions??? email me at: flowerclassroom@gmail.com
or 913-708-2988



Christina Burton-Fox AIFD CFD
floral artist & teacher

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Christina Burton-Fox AIFD
floral artist & instructor

10820 W. 64th st. suite 102B
Shawnee Mission, Kansas 66203

913-708-2988
flowerclassroom@gmail.com

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THREE WAYS TO GROW YOUR BUSINESS
Whatever the size of your floral business, it’s possible to increase sales, but there only three ways to do it. Now, as you approach the holiday season, think about how you can:

1. Increase the amounts your current customers spend
2. Increase the number of times your current customers buy from you
3. Increase your total number of customers

As Bob Negen of WhizBang! Retail Training points out, the fastest way to grow your business is by increasing the value of your average sale. Because your customers already like your work, getting them to spend a little more is often just a matter of offering or recommending something that costs a little more than they normally spend.

In addition, if you can get your current customers to buy more often, you will see noticeable results that, hopefully, will carry on for years to come. According to Bob, studies show that “repeat customers spend 25 percent more during the holiday season than new ones.”

Finally, while acquiring new customers is necessary for your business’s long-term prosperity, this is the most challenging and costly way to increase sales. Therefore, focus your efforts for the short-term on the first two options but take steps from time to time — possibly by rewarding current customers for referrals — to expand your customer base as well.

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