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Meet Driver Jeff, or is that Designer Jeff?

Have you met Jeff here at Monday Morning Flowers? If you stop in our Yardley store on a Wednesday or a Friday you may have met him. If you have had us create your wedding flowers, he may have delivered your Bridal Bouquets or helped set up your wedding reception. Needed an balloon arch built for your walk-a-thon (at 7 am) that may have been Jeff.  If you have ever received a floral gift to your home or office, that may have been delivered by Jeff and he may have designed it. What you may not know is that Jeff also helps me with all my "graphic" needs, such as the funky and cool graphics below. If you have seen our new brochure, that too was designed by this hard working, soft spoken guy. 
So what Title does Jeff hold here at Monday Morning Flowers? Well, just like me, he wears many hats and to us he's just good ol' Jeff ~ Driver, Sales Associate, Balloon Inflator, Floral Designer and Graphic Artist. Besides, who needs a title anyway when you get to surround yourself with amazing flowers day in and day out, right? There you have it, you know Jeff ~ an all around great guy and a very valued member of the Monday Morning Flower and Balloon Co Team! 

To learn more about our fantastic floral designs feel free to visit our facebook page. It's chock full of fun photos of flowers, balloons, staff and more! 

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