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    9-14-2016
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    SOONER WHOLESALE FLORIST – OKLAHOMA CITY ANNOUNCES EXPANSION

    Sooner Wholesale Florist of Oklahoma City is pleased to announce the opening of their newest branch in Amarillo, TX. The branch was officially opened in August. Gary Dunn, previously the branch manager at another floral wholesaler, has been selected to lead this new location.
    Connie M. Butts, V-President said: “We are delighted that Gary agreed to be the manager at this new branch. He is extremely qualified and knows the client needs in the West Texas market. He and his staff are experienced floral wholesalers and are excited to be a part of the Sooner Family.”
    Sooner-Amarillo is a full service wholesale florist selling cut flowers, hard goods and potted plants. They will service Eastern New Mexico, the Texas Panhandle and parts of the Oklahoma Panhandle.
    In addition, Charlie Cutler, President, is announcing the hiring of James Humphreys as the Sales Manager for Sooner Wholesale. James will oversee Sales at all three Sooner locations, Tulsa, OK; Oklahoma City, OK; and Amarillo. Mr. Cutler noted: “As our company grows, we are very fortunate to add James to our group to assist us in growing sales as we grow our company. James has extensive sales experience in other industries in Oklahoma and is a perfect fit.”

    Sooner Wholesale Florist opened in 2001 serving the Oklahoma City and the Western half of the state. In 2008 , the Tulsa location was added. Ms. Butts said: “Amarillo fits perfectly into our master plan of strategic growth as a company. “ She joined the company in 2011 and has over 30 years experience in the wholesale industry. Mr. Cutler, one of the founding partners, also has decades of experience in floral wholesale in the Oklahoma City market.

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