Brookfield Florist Launches 'Good Job Bouquet' Project

Here is a chance to pay it forward...

likes to recognize a job well done in the language we speak best — flowers!

In that Spirit, we have decided to pay-it-forward and award a deserving hometown special someone with our “Good Job Bouquet” weekly. From great service, to simple gestures, good attitude or helping hands, Whisconier is putting a local call out for nominees in the community who deserve some recognition.

Once weekly, Whisconier Staff will select from nominated persons and surprise them with a Good Job Bouquet.

I put my feet down in this community nearly eight years ago and I attribute my staying power to the good energy and support from the local people with whom we interact at every intersection of their lives — from births, to celebrations of life, holidays, weddings, just because, everyday and in between — and this is just one way I can return my appreciation for others who do the same.

We plan to feature each weekly winner on our Facebook page, as well as our blog here on Patch to magnify the exposure and appreciation for the people performing a job well done.

Nominations are being accepted at: whisconierflorist@gmail.com Subject: GOOD JOB BOUQUET

*please include the name, home and/or work address, phone/email of yourself and your nominee, with a brief description of who they are, what they do and how they make our community a better, brighter place.

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