ATLANTA (FNS) -- Floral arrangement fans were able to learn more about the art recently when Illinois-based Jewel-Osco floral designers led free demonstrations at 87 of the food and drug retailer's 186 units. Jewel-Osco deemed the first-time, in-store design sessions a success, and plans to repeat them, according to Karen Ramos, director of public relations. She said that preliminary results showed that about 1,000 persons attended on Saturday, Sept. 5, which was part of the Labor Day ...
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