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    Dear Willie,

    After 4 generations and 110 glorious years in floriculture, we at Bay City Flower Company have decided that the time has come for us to stop selling our flowers. The last day shipping our finished products will be 11/10/19.

    While there are many reasons for this decision, the essential one is that it has become increasingly difficult to compete nationally while operating in the costliest place in the nation to run a flower farm.

    The company intends to honor all order commitments through 11/10/19 for finished sales.

     Re: post-closure order commitments that we’ve made, we are in negotiations with other reputable growers, some of which are your current vendors to take over our inventory to address your needs. We are especially focusing in on the Thanksgiving/Christmas holidays for finished sales.  As soon as these arrangements are finalized, we will inform you of these grower vendors as a sourcing option for your consideration. Please allow us some time to make these arrangements as we are confident that we can address your needs through them.

     Until 11/10/19, we still have open availability of our compelling, high quality plants. It would be wonderful and we would be deeply grateful if you would help us sell out in these closing months.

    Please direct any questions or concerns to your sales representative or to Michael Hall, our sales manager,

    While we are sad to share this news with you, at the same time, we celebrate the multitude of accomplishments we, in partnership with you have achieved over these many years.  We truly could not have done it without you.

    Our hearts are filled with joy and gratitude for the many individuals and companies that have journeyed together with us over these many years.  We are particularly grateful to those that have been with us over multiple generations.

    We wish to extend to you a sincere & heartfelt ‘Thank you’!

     Harrison Higaki

    Bay City Flower Company

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