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A special thank you from El Dorado Hills Florist

We have stood on your steps and rang your doorbells for 24 years. We are the quiet messenger between your friends, family and lovers. Rarely do we need to use Mapquest, knowing your neighborhoods and businesses by heart.

We have handed you your wedding bouquets and pinned on your boutonnieres, delivered you some cheer, get well wishes and birthday bouquets. You have entrusted us with flowers for departed loved ones and called on us to make those special anniversaries that much more special.

Driving to the San Francisco Flower Market in the middle of the night to get your Valentine roses and working nonstop all week was part of playing Cupid on your behalf. The extra effort always worth it.

It was very touching to me this Mother’s Day as grown sons and daughters of long-time customers called me to send something to their mothers. Not long ago I can remember helping them decide on their first dance flowers.

When we left our location in Raley’s shopping center, exactly 5 years ago, you still called and we still delivered. Because of this great community I have had the opportunity to live the life of a floral designer and own a business I truly love.

This letter is because I want to say thank you to El Dorado Hills. As long as there are flowers to design and doorbells to ring, I will keep making your bouquets. Nothing makes me happier.

Marilyn Kasko
El Dorado Hills Florist

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Posted by on Jul 12 2012.
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