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Forbes 14 Jan 2020

Here's How The Florist Behind New York's Flower Flash Built His Business

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Growing up, Lewis Miller loved the way flowers brought a room to life. After working at a private golf course pulling weeds, Miller pursued his love of floristry first locally, then by moving to New York City to start his own company, Lewis Miller Design. In this installment of Forbes' Here's How, Miller describes his journey as an entrepreneur, and how he created the iconic Flower Flash.


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