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Mapleton Floral and Gifts named business of the quarter

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The Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that Mapleton Floral and Gifts was selected at the Business of the Quarter by the Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce.

Owner, Dana Bjarnson said for business in 1996 on the corner of 800 North and Highway 89 in Mapleton.

They are a family owned flower and gift store offering a variety of fresh flowers, plants, and gifts for all occasions; including handmade cards, baby gifts, jewelry, sweet treats, art, and vintage items.

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Mapleton Floral and Gift has daily delivery service to all local hospitals and funeral homes, as well as residences and businesses.

“We appreciate being part of this amazing community and part of the Springville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce,” said Bjarnson.

“We would love to help you with any floral or gift giving occasions you may have. Large and small events and custom orders are always welcome!” Call 801-491-2220 and ask for Dana or Stacey. (Serve Daily submission.)

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