Dorothy’s Flowers Celebrates 75 Years in Claremore!

Dorothy’s Flowers has been a fixture in downtown Claremore for 75 years! Now, current owner Holly Thompson is ready to celebrate.

Holly is the third owner of Dorothy’s, a position she’s held proudly since 1999. Currently serving the third generation of Claremore customers, she’s excited about 2020.

To honor the legacy of Dorothy’s, Holly will be offering one special promotion per month throughout the year. It might be a throwback 1945 price on a bouquet, or an incredible steal of a deal on a dozen roses. Whatever it is, you’ll definitely want to take advantage of it.

Specials will be announced on a different day each month. In order to stay in the loop, follow Dorothy’s Flowers on facebook and Instagram, where specials will be posted. Each promotion will be available to a limited number of customers, and you don’t have to use it that day; you can save it!

In addition, everyone who comes in to Dorothy’s throughout the year (no purchase necessary) can enter to win free flowers for a year! Official rules for all promotions will be posted at a later date.

Shop local, shop history! And congratulations to the Dorothy’s Flowers crew for an amazing 75 years in Claremore!

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