flower1CENTRAL CITY, Ky. (3/20/13) – The Greater Muhlenberg Chamber's Cash Mob has struck again!

This time Flower Barn II at 130 East Broad Street in Central City was "mobbed" by the chamber's Ambassadors.
 
The "Cash Mob" has been a highly successful new way to encourage chamber members to get to know each other better.
 
Flower Barn II, owned by Ty and Shawnia Motsinger, is located in the former Star Recording Studio.
 
They offer a wide selection of helium balloons, silk arrangements, potted plants, angels and small arrangements, cemetery and casket sprays, wedding and party decoration rentals, along with custom made professional floral designs.

To discover all Flower Barn II has to offer, stop by or call 270-754-1393.

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Store employees include Nancy Baugh and Tanya Sparks.
 
The Motsingers also own Flower Barn in Lewisburg.
 
Everyone who comes in the store today can register for a drawing for a chamber gift certificate.
 
To find out more about the chamber's Cash Mob log on to www.greatermuhlenbergchamber.com

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Paul McRee
SurfKY News
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