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Owner of Fostoria floral shop retiring, business up for sale




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Fostoria, Ohio — The Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership (TSEP) and the Fostoria Area Chamber of Commerce have announced that the owner of the well-known floral shop, Flowerland, is looking to retire and sell the business.

Flowerland, which has annual sales of $320,000 and two full-time employees, is located in a space shared with a residence.

The owner is asking for $50,000 for the business along with its inventory, contracts, and standing orders, and $175,000 for the real estate. The seller is willing to provide assistance to the new owner and set up a payment plan, and is looking for someone who is interested in running the business themselves.

“Flowerland is a business that has been in Seneca County for three generations, nearly one hundred years,” said Anthony Paradiso, the current president of the Seneca County Board of Commissioners. “This is a great opportunity to retain a well-known and respected business as a part of our larger community.”

For more information about this opportunity, interested parties can visit TSEP’s “Entrepreneurial Opportunity Clearinghouse” at or contact Adam Gillmor, Development Coordinator at TSEP, at [email protected] or by phone at (614) 725-8086. The opportunity will be open until April 1, 2023.

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