Clay, WV, –Denver Brown from Bits and Pieces Flower Shop recently attended the exclusive FTD® Boot Camp, a three-day intensive workshop focused on high-level design, business and quality training to floral shop owners, managers and designers. Only FTD Florists can take advantage of this unique continuing education opportunity, offered at FTD Headquarters in Downers Grove, IL.
At FTD Boot Camp Denver learned a wealth of knowledge including the latest trends in color and floristry, as well as new techniques and ideas for designing every day, wedding and sympathy arrangements at Bits and Pieces Flower Shop. Focused attention was spent on mastering quality, proper floral care and handling, and customer service skills to ensure Bits and Pieces local customers receive exceptional, breathtaking designs that are guaranteed to last for up to seven days.
“Getting the opportunity to learn from the world renowned Ann Jordan and Pete Samek was an experience I will never forget. “
Bits and Pieces offers various unique floral and gift products in and around Clay County. From Fresh Arrangements, Silk Arrangements, Sympathy Arrangements, Wedding Rentals, Tuxedos, Primitive Gifts and a full service tanning salon.
For more than 100 years, FTD has stood for quality, creativity and worldwide floral delivery. Featured in more than 40,000 shops around the world, the iconic FTD Mercury Man logo is the most widely recognized floral symbol, helping FTD Florists build awareness and promote their business. The story of FTD would not be possible without the thousands of dedicated artisan florists that deliver hand-crafted floral arrangements worldwide.