Ashland Addison Florist Co., a 73-year old family-owned
florist based in Chicago, recently “shared some love” (and
got people talking) in a fun, good-natured stunt. On a busy
street in the Loop, the florist gave out bouquets
containing five roses to curious onlookers. Each bouquet
came with a printed coupon of instructions that read:
“Share the love!” and asked that each rose be shared with
five other people to “make new friends and share goodwill
to neighbors.” Not only was the story picked up by local
media, but it also sent many post-vacation depressed
workers in to their offices happy with a smile on their

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