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How This Company Saved Thousands Of Flowers During The Pandemic

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When COVID-19 canceled all its clients’ weddings, floral design company Sweet Root Village lost 80% of its business and was stuck with thousands of flowers. So its owners, Lauren Anderson and Rachel Bridgwood, got creative. They hosted a drive-through event to save all those stranded flowers. Business Insider stopped by their pop-up flower market in Alexandria, Virginia, to see how Sweet Root Village’s other pivots have saved the small business.

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How This Company Saved Thousands Of Flowers During The Pandemic

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