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Bloom into Spring While Supporting JA Kids!

Talk about “flower power!” We’re excited to announce that Flowers & Fancies, a local Baltimore florist, will feature a beautifully designed flower arrangement especially for friends and supporters of Junior Achievement of Central Maryland. Through the Blooms 4 A Better Bmore campaign, 50% of every JA flower arrangement sold will be donated back to our organization.

The customized arrangement seen here is available in one size and could be just the surprise you were looking for to let someone special know how much you care. With upcoming dates celebrating nurses, teachers, mothers and other important people in our lives, select the JA flower arrangement through Flowers & Fancies and you can also feel good about supporting more than 48,000 local students as they work with JA to turn their dreams into plans.

Since 1971, Flowers & Fancies has brought the finest varieties of fresh flowers and plants from local growers and worldwide farms to Central Maryland. Specializing in same-day deliveries, weddings, corporate events and parties. They also feature the largest walk-in cooler in the state of Maryland. Each quarter, Flowers & Fancies selects a worthy organization such as JA and creates a signature flower arrangement to bring awareness to their work in the Baltimore community.

Brighten someone’s day with this beautiful bouquet and support JA!

To purchase this special arrangement, click here.

DeJonna Farrar is a marketing intern at Junior Achievement. She is a Business Communication major at Stevenson University who graduates with her Bachelor of Science in May 2019. Her primary focus within her major is marketing.

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