Keep an Eye out Around Town for a Lonely Bouquet

The Lonely Bouquet by George Thomas Florist

The Lonely Bouquet by George Thomas Florist

We could all use an extra smile and some extra joy in our lives. Since beautiful flowers are a great way to brighten someone’s day, the Lonely Bouquet program from George Thomas Florist is the perfect way to spread some of that joy out into the community.

The concept behind the Lonely Bouquet is simple:

1) Purchase a specially designated bouquet of beautiful flowers from George Thomas here

2) Leave the arrangement behind somewhere around town for a lucky random person to take home!

It really is that simple! You never know what kind of an impact that random acts of kindness can have on friends, neighbors and even total strangers.

gt1gt2The specially designated Lonely Bouquets from George Thomas are tagged with special “Take Me” cards letting the unsuspecting recipients know that the bouquets are indeed intended for them from the heart of an anonymous sender.  On the tag will be instructions for them to share their bouquet on social media if they choose.

You can leave the flowers anywhere you choose; a bus stop, a hospital waiting room, an assisted living home…the possibilities are endless. If you can’t decide where to leave the Lonely Bouquet, or don’t wish to do it yourself, we’ll gladly hide it somewhere around town for you.

By participating in this special program, you’re not only making someone else’s day a little bit brighter, but we’re pretty sure you’ll feel good too. The Lonely Bouquet is also a fun activity you can do with kids to teach them the importance of giving back and introducing them to the concept of “paying it forward.”

Join us in making Indianapolis a brighter place, by putting a smile on someone’s face!

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