Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Free Flowers From FTD Florists on Good Neighbor Day September 7 2011

Friendship & Goodwill
FTD Good Neighbor Day The 17th Annual FTD® Good Neighbor Day® holiday will take place on September 7, 2011. Hundreds of FTD florists across the U.S. are planning exciting local events, gathering sponsors, making philanthropic relationships and helping to spread friendship and kindness to their neighbors through the distribution of free floral bouquets.

Gift of Flowers
FTD florists have celebrated FTD® Good Neighbor Day® since 1994, encouraging all neighbors to help create a friendlier, more caring and compassionate world through the gift of flowers. That's why customers are encouraged to keep one flower for themselves and give the others away — brightening the day of many other people.

Find a Participating FTD Florist in your neighborhood.
Find A Participating FTD Florist

Free flowers available while supplies last.
Good Neighbor Day

What a nice freebie for you and your friends. None in my area so if I want flowers I will have to buy them :)

1 comment:

Shana said...

Hi! Following you from Fun Tuesday Blog Hop. Would love a follow back on my blog: Prowling Books In the Lair. Nice to meet you. I also have a call for blogger participation for an upcoming giveaway if you're interested (media@writerslairbooks.com). :)

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