flowers + reading
Today we’re visiting with Brittany Sarhage, owner of Rudy’s Flower Truck in St. Louis, Missouri. Brittany embodies the courage and tenacity most of us wish we had. She started a flower truck business with no prior experience in the industry and has continued to steadily grow the business while caring for both her customers and her city. Join us as we talk with Brittany about:
EveryStem florist software has the power to change the way you price and order flowers for a profit.
Here’s what floral designers are saying about their EveryStem experience:
“The rewards have been incredible. 2021 was our most profitable year of our 14 years in business because of EveryStem.”
“I love using this software program- I have really reduced my tendency to overbuy and have improved my profit margins by at least 10% since starting it. I tell everyone who asks for a better way to do recipes and pricing that it is worth it!”
Grab our free guide on how to price for a profit in your business and we’ll send you a code for a free month of EveryStem Florist Software.
Pay $24.99 for your first month and you’ll receive your second month free!
Host: Amy McGee (Bloom Trust Co.)
BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Grayson McGee
Music Written & Performed by: Landon McGee
If you enjoyed this episode, you might also enjoy our conversation with Mattie Bush, owner of Amelia’s Flower Truck. Click here to listen.
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