The Coronavirus Economy: The mother-daughter flower business that keeps on trucking

The Coronavirus Economy: The mother-daughter flower business that keeps on trucking

Diane Hill and Courtney Clark are the mother and daughter duo who run Dahlias Flower Truck, popping up at birthdays, bridal and baby showers, weddings, and corporate events all over central Florida. When customers book the flower truck, it will

come  fully stocked with flowers for the event theme, and Hill and Clark assist guests with building their own bouquets to go home.  

The pair launched this business approximately a year and a half ago after both Hill and her husband lost their jobs, and had been trying to figure out how to earn an income while wanting to do something creative.

"As we sat at our dining table, dreaming up what could be, we settled on the fact that we wanted to spread joy to our community," Hill recalls. "We believed, wholeheartedly, that small acts of kindness and thoughtfulness could make a difference. We have never felt our mission come more alive than in this past month. Our customers care, thoughtfulness and kindness to family, friends and neighbors has been inspiring."

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