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American Grown Field to Vase Dinners continue to wow

National media attention, sold out events and rave reviews have become the hallmarks of the American Grown Field to Vase Dinner Tour. "With six of 10 dinners under our belts, we know that these dinners continue to provide great opportunities to network with local and national media, designers, consumers and customers and share the stories of America's flower farmers."

The most recent Field to Vase Dinner in Washington DC (Gainesville, VA) garnered a host of positive reviews including testimonies like these:

"Love the opportunity to support local farms/producers and to participate in their other interests." - Gloria Garrett

"A memorable, worthwhile experience! We enjoyed absolutely everything about it - I would love the chance to do it all over again!" - Lisa Kimmel

"Everything at the Lynvale Farm "Field to Vase" dinner was absolute perfection. Andrea and Lou Gagnon have created a gloriously beautiful flower farm. It was a pleasure to be at the dinner - which was delicious - and to see Andrea's lovely and natural arrangements as well as the work of the American Grown Flower group get exposed to a larger audience. We wish you all continued success." Hannah Mazer

Our stop in Brooklyn, New York garnered similar opinions of the experience from our guests:

"From the moment I walked out onto the roof, I had a perfect time. Every person I met had an interesting story to tell, whether about flowers or their passion project. The flowers were just beautiful and sang 'summer.' The food was well crafted, light and delicious. I left floating on air!"
"The event was lovely all around - location, food, wine, and flowers - all local and sustainable. It was a dream event!"
"I left the event motivated and proud to be a part of the American Grown flower movement."

The next Field to Vase Dinner is in Seattle on September 12th. If you haven't yet attended or haven't invited your best customers to attend one of these dinners, you're missing out on leveraging a tremendous opportunity to have someone outside of your sales team explain the values and virtues of buying American Grown Flowers. So make plans to meet your customers in Seattle or any of the four remaining dinners, three of which are on the West Coast:
• Seattle, Sept. 12
• Portland, Oct. 3
• Fallbrook, Oct. 10
• Detroit, Oct. 16

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