Local florist joins Sweet Sensations

Tiffany Cosman is very excited to be working with flowers and plants again.

Tiffany Cosman has joined the staff at Sweet Sensations on Vermilion Ave. Tiffany brings her experience and talent in making the flower arrangements you would like

This young woman, born and raised in Princeton, has developed her talent and expertise through hands-on learning.

Tiffany Cosman, began her career as a florist in 2008. “I fell into it by accident,” she says—I was looking for work…so it was a good accident!” she adds with a giggle.

Cosman says working in the flower shop gave her the opportunity to get to know her community better and have the chance to help in making people happy.

“Flowers cheer everybody up,” said Cosman, “and I like making people happy.”

With the closing of the former flower shop, Cosman was on the hunt for a new line of work. She was quite excited when she got the message that the owners of Sweet Sensations were interested in speaking with her.

“I had personal experience with Tiffany as a customer,” says Nancy Gibson, owner of Sweet Sensations. “She has a great personality and we felt that she would make a great team member, so we invited her to work with us.”

“I’m thrilled,” said Cosman of her new job. “I was going through withdrawals,” she said through a giggle again.

Cosman is very excited to be working with flowers and plants again and is super happy to be able to help bring some “happiness back” to her clients.

Sweet Sensations, located at 117 B Vermilion Ave. is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. Call 250-295-3763 to place your order for goodies, cakes, Gluten free products and now for your custom flower arrangement order. (Order early for Christmas)

Multi- sized Pointsettias have been brought in for the Christams season,  stop by and check them out during light up on Saturday, Nov 30. Sweet Sensations will be open until 7 p.m.

 

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