After 47 years, Sunnyslope Floral in Grandville Is Closing Permanently
Roses are red. Violets are blue. After 4 decades, Sunnyslope is closing soon.
After 47 years, the owner-operators of Sunnyslope Floral in Grandville are closing for good. They are retiring and have sold the property.
The Sunnyslope Floral Facebook page stated,
"To our Loyal, Treasured Customers,We are writing to let you know that after long deliberation, Sunnyslope owners will be retiring and have sold the Sunnyslope property.Please be assured we will be fully operational with our full staff through Saturday, February 19th and will handle all orders, as normal, through that date."
Located at 4800 44th St SW in Grandville, Sunnyslope’s retail store will be open with inventory reduction pricing on everything in the building, including all giftware, silk flowers, plants, containers, display stands, wedding rental items, office equipment (desks, file cabinets, room dividers, etc.), and all office supplies.
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The final close date will be March 31, 2022 or earlier if everything sells by then.
The owners said that 2021 was their most successful year in the past 20 and they are glad to end on a high note.
The flower shop has received numerous awards, including Michigan Retail Florist of the Year and State of Michigan Retailer of the Year. Sunnyslope Floral was one of FTD’s Top 100 Members for the North American Continent for over 25 years running, and have been inducted into the American Academy of Floriculture.
The owners thanked the community as they look toward the future.
"It has been our extreme pleasure to have been of service to you. Your support of our local, family owned business over the years has provided a dream-come-true for us. For that, we are forever grateful!"
The property, which includes five acres of land, was bought by an Iowa gas station company.
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