Laurel, NE, March 17, 2021 --(PR.com
)-- Roger Myers, the owner of Floral Footprints, formally known as The Plantation, in Laurel, Nebraska, is announcing a grand re-opening for the business.
“We have received so much support since opening Floral Footprints, and wanted to reinvest in the building itself to provide our customers with the best retail experience possible. We did have to limit business to appointment only during the renovations, but I am quite pleased with the end result, and cannot wait to share it with the community,” said Roger Myers.
Roger acquired the business in October, 2020 and viewed it as a great opportunity to invest in a local community.
“Growing up in a rural community, I understand how important local businesses are to the community. Driving through Laurel and seeing this building for sale, I knew there was potential,” said Roger. “Having the opportunity to invest in Laurel has been a blessing, and I cannot wait to see what the future holds for us here.”
Floral Footprint’s grand re-opening weekend will kick off on March 26th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and continue through Saturday, March 27 from 9 a.m. to noon. During their re-opening weekend, customers will receive free giveaways, as well as be entered into prize drawings.
About Floral Footprints
Floral Footprints was founded by Roger Myers of Wayne, Nebraska. His mission was to bring back an old staple to the Laurel community, and surrounding rural areas. Floral Footprints offers silk and live flower arrangements and also serves as a local gift shop. Floral Footprints is located at 107 East 2nd St.