This KaBoom won't blow up in your face. Great florist franchise opportunity with a neat name and great track record!
Inactive Franchise Profile — KaBloom Florists
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KaBloom Florist & Flower Business Franchise is the nation's fastest growing floral retailer.
Given the track record of the company's co-founders, Thomas G. Stemberg and David Hartstein, KaBloom's success is no surprise.
Their "green thumb" in business is legendary. Thomas G. Stemberg, the Chairman and CEO of Staples, Inc., pioneered the deep discount office supply industry. David Hartstein, KaBloom's President and CEO, co-founded Super Office, the first office superstore chain in Israel.
Together they've established what has become the fastest growing, largest national floral retail franchise in the United States.
They are looking for new franchisees now! Contact them to learn more about their franchise opportunities.
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