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Daisy Floral closes store on Main Street

Daisy Floral closes store on Main Street

Lowell, Mich. (WZZM) Daisy Floral, located on West Main Street, has gone out of business.  A sign on the door says the store is closed effective immediately. 

WZZM 13 News called owner Jennifer Lopez and left a message asking for more information.  The message on the answering machine confirms the closing and also thanks customers for their business.

Daisy Floral moved into the historic district location last year during the M-21 construction. Previously the flower shop was located in the strip mall near Little Ceasar's Pizza.

Lowell Chamber of Commerce hosts the annual winter gathering of membership

Lowell, Mich. (WZZM) The Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting it's annual membership dinner early next month.

The event is being held on February 16th at the Grand Volute Ballroom on Lincoln Lake Avenue.  Highlights include the Brick Award for the Attwood Coporation and the Main Street Inn, Business Appreciation Award for All Weather Seal. and person of the year, Joy Smith.

If you are interested in attending it costs $30 per ticket and $290 for a company table of ten.  Deadline to register is February 8th. Register by going to the Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce website.

Spend $60 and save a bundle at area businesses

Lowell, Mich. (WZZM) If you become a member of the Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce you can qualify for discounts at dozens of area businesses.

The Chamber offers opportunities for non-business owners to become a 'personal member.' It costs $60.00 to join and you can receive discounts at businesses ranging from Advanced Eyecare Professionals to Chimera Design and Fine Jewelry.  The discounts vary but most are 10% off your total bill.

For more information go to the Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce website and click on the link to 'members to members advantage."

Spend $60 and save a bundle at area businesses

Lowell, Mich. (WZZM) If you become a member of the Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce you can qualify for discounts at dozens of area businesses.

The Chamber offers opportunities for non-business owners to become a 'personal member.' It costs $60.00 to join and you can receive discounts at businesses ranging from Advanced Eyecare Professionals to Chimera Design and Fine Jewelry.  The discounts vary but most are 10% off your total bill.

For more information go to the Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce website and click on the link to 'members to members advantage."

Winter have you down? Head to the kitchen!

Lowell, Mich. (WZZM) If you don't enjoy winter sports, the season can drag on forever.  However, it might be a good time to try a new hobby or improve your skills in the kitchen.  Kissing Rock Kitchens is offering classes for young chefs, new chefs, and those seeking comfort foods.

Young chefs will learn kitchen basics, kitchen safety, and culinary techniques. Students will learn how to prepare home made noodles, pasta, as well an introduction to different cheeses and broth.

You can learn more by clicking on the highlighted link to Kissing Rock Kitchens.

Lowell Community Expo 2011

Lowell Community Expo 2011

From: Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce

One of the choice networking opportunities the Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce offers our businesses, churches, schools, municipalities and organizations is the Annual Lowell Community Expo.  Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce, Lowell Area Schools, and our exclusive business sponsor Lowell Ledger/Lowell Litho proudly present the 15th Annual Lowell Community Expo.  The Expo is held at Lowell High School, Saturday, March 26 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.  This event is an excellent opportunity for the community to increase their awareness of the products and services provided and/or manufactured in the Greater Lowell Area.  
 
Celebrating Business in Business!  Applications went on-line January 1, 2011.  Visit www.lowellexpo.org to download your application!

Preps underway for 2011 Lowell Expo

Preps underway for 2011 Lowell Expo

Lowell, Mich. (WZZM) Businesses and organizations hoping to participate in the Lowell Community Expo can start filling out applications starting January first.

The annual event is held at the Lowell High School and is a central location for businesses to connect with potential customers in the community.

Groups wanting to apply will save $10.00 if their forms are in before February 16th. The expo happens on March 26th.