November 14, 2019 1 min read
Dear Customers, Vendors and Friends of Lowe’s Greenhouse,
With a grateful heart, I share the news that Mary Lynn and I have sold our business. As many of you know, Lowe’s Greenhouse has been in my family for over 65 years, and it’s bittersweet for me as this family tradition ends.
Yet, with many endings, there is often an exciting new beginning and ours is no exception. The new owners, Bainbridge residents Bob Scott and Sam Delpra, have asked us to stay on and assist them with their new venture, and we’re happy to do so!
Forty-four years is a long time to work in one place and 24 years is a long time to own a business. I’m proud of all we’ve been able to accomplish and thankful to the many Lowe’s Greenhouse employees who’ve helped make success possible through the years. I’m grateful for the patronage of loyal customers and the relationships we’ve formed with our many vendors.
It’s been a gift to operate a business in this outstanding community. For Mary Lynn and me, it’s been a special place to live and work.
The new owners, Bob and Sam, share our commitment to quality products and exemplary service. We invite you to meet them on Friday, December 6, from 6 to 8 pm and join us in a celebratory toast! We look forward to hearing your memories of the ways Lowe’s Greenhouse has touched your life through the years. We’re confident that with this transition Lowe’s Greenhouse will continue to be a part of your life and this community well into future!
With infinite thanks,
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As we (thankfully) say goodbye to 2020, the time comes to look back to learn what we can from the year gone by. The most logical first step in planning for future success should be a look back to access past performance.
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