Wednesday, August 27, 2014


If you venture to Holiday Market on Combie Rd in the South county area of Nevada County you will notice a new tenant. Forever Yours Florist and Gifts is located at 10934 Combie Rd. Suite #116 Auburn, CA 95602 Local: (530) 268-7673. They had their Grand Opening this past weekend and it sounded like a great sucess. They are new to the area but they have gained a lot of traction as they have 306 Likes on their Facebook page.

From their FB buniness page.
We had 157 customers walk through our doors on Saturday. I know this count should be higher because not everyone filled out a raffle ticket. We are truly amazed by how many people from this community and beyond came by to show their support! We had customers ,friends and family show up from elk grove,roseville,sacramento,west sacramento,lincoln,newcastle,auburn,grass valley,nevada city,rough and ready,penn valley,alta sierra, and lake of the pines! Special thanks to The Gristmill Bakery & Deli & Cafe,The Red Chair,Auburn Journal,The Union,Roseville Overhead Door,Flora Fresh Inc.,South Nevada County Chamber.These businesses helped us in one way or another to prepare for our big event. It was a very successful day for us as we made many business contacts,opened several new business accounts and overall gained a lot of new customers.

We gave away some serious prizes too! There were 13 overall winners. Prizes ranged from a $50 gift certificate to plants,to our custom gift baskets. Everyone who attended also got a free $5 bar of our own freshly poured soap to take home with them.We also had a simple but nice spread of refreshments for folks to enjoy while they shopped too.

So once again THANK YOU to everyone who came by,called,sent cards,shopped,browsed,opened accounts,and helped us out!

Oh one more thing, don't feel bad if you didn't make it.You will have another chance at free raffles and a real nice food spread. We are having our annual holiday open house in November!
If you like Christmas you are in for a serious surprise! You have not seen anything yet. Stay tuned for exact dates and times coming soon.

This new florist is not to be confused with the Auburn Country Florist (Like I did) which has been operating in the area for over a year via their website as well as at their home studio after the fire. Sherry and Henry Fiser lost their store front when it burned to the ground in 2012. You can find the full story here.

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