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A Utah nursery is giving away thousands of flowers after millions in orders were canceled because of coronavirus
by David Williams, CNN
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19 April 2020
On 19 April 2020 CNN reported:
A Utah nursery stuck with hundreds of thousands of potted flowers because of the coronavirus pandemic is giving away as many of the plants as it can -- with an assist from volunteers and United Parcel Service [UPS] drivers.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Milgro Nursery supplies grocery stores and large retailers around the US and workers have spent months nurturing potted tulips, daffodils, and other flowers and plants to get ready for the spring rush, marketing director Cherilyn Smith told CNN.
Smith's husband works at UPS, so he asked his supervisor if he could drop off plants along with their deliveries. He also took a carload of flowers for his coworkers.
'Once his boss saw the flowers being passed out to employees and just the joy that it brought to just his own employees. He's like, 'OK, I'm, I'm going to make the call (to his regional managers and HR),' 'she said. 'UPS quickly hopped on board and it's been so amazing in helping us deliver flowers far beyond what we can do on our own.'
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