Floral supply mart. Wedding bouquets pics.
Floral Supply Mart
- Decorated with or depicting flowers
- Of flowers
- Of flora or floras
- relating to or associated with flowers; "floral organs"
- of or relating to the plant life in a particular region; "characteristic alpine floral elements"
- resembling or made of or suggestive of flowers; "an unusual floral design"
- offering goods and services for sale
- an amount of something available for use
- give something useful or necessary to; "We provided the room with an electrical heater"
- Make (something needed or wanted) available to someone; provide
- Provide (someone) with something needed or wanted
- Be a source of (something needed)
- marketplace: an area in a town where a public mercantile establishment is set up
- Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius (April 17, 1794-December 13, 1868 Munich) was a German botanist and explorer.
- A trade center or market
- Mart is an Estonian masculine given name, a version of Martin.
floral supply mart - To Serve
To Serve God and Wal-Mart: The Making of Christian Free Enterprise
In the decades after World War II, evangelical Christianity nourished America’s devotion to free markets, free trade, and free enterprise. The history of Wal-Mart uncovers a complex network that united Sun Belt entrepreneurs, evangelical employees, Christian business students, overseas missionaries, and free-market activists. Through the stories of people linked by the world’s largest corporation, Bethany Moreton shows how a Christian service ethos powered capitalism at home and abroad.
While industrial America was built by and for the urban North, rural Southerners comprised much of the labor, management, and consumers in the postwar service sector that raised the Sun Belt to national influence. These newcomers to the economic stage put down the plough to take up the bar-code scanner without ever passing through the assembly line. Industrial culture had been urban, modernist, sometimes radical, often Catholic and Jewish, and self-consciously international. Post-industrial culture, in contrast, spoke of Jesus with a drawl and of unions with a sneer, sang about Momma and the flag, and preached salvation in this world and the next.
This extraordinary biography of Wal-Mart’s world shows how a Christian pro-business movement grew from the bottom up as well as the top down, bolstering an economic vision that sanctifies corporate globalization.
The author has assigned her royalties and subsidiary earnings to Interfaith Worker Justice (www.iwj.org) and its local affiliate in Athens, GA, the Economic Justice Coalition (www.econjustice.org).
fabric scissors: ~$2, Wal-mart
small folding scissors: $0.88 @ Wal-mart
green & black gingham fabric: Wal-mart
floral fabric: Wal-mart
McDonald's fabric: Wal-mart
mmm, the 88 cent scissors don't fold all the way. meh.
the floral fabric will probably be turned into bows.
the gingham fabric may be turned into a mini-dress
From Floral Globe - Heart Warming Life Series. Modules: 60 Paper size: 12*6 No glue. Suede paper, it's a bit thick, hard to join. By. HIADA
floral supply mart
The definitive account of how a small Ozarks company upended the world of business and what that change means
Wal-Mart, the world’s largest company, roared out of the rural South to change the way business is done. Deploying computer-age technology, Reagan-era politics, and Protestant evangelism, Sam Walton’s firm became a byword for cheap goods and low-paid workers, famed for the ruthless efficiency of its global network of stores and factories. But the revolution has gone further: Sam’s proteges have created a new economic order which puts thousands of manufacturers, indeed whole regions, in thrall to a retail royalty. Like the Pennsylvania Railroad and General Motors in their heyday, Wal-Mart sets the commercial model for a huge swath of the global economy.
In this lively, probing investigation, historian Nelson Lichtenstein deepens and expands our knowledge of the merchandising giant. He shows that Wal-Mart’s rise was closely linked to the cultural and religious values of Bible Belt America as well as to the imperial politics, deregulatory economics, and laissez-faire globalization of Ronald Reagan and his heirs. He explains how the company’s success has transformed American politics, and he anticipates a day of reckoning, when challenges to the Wal-Mart way, at home and abroad, are likely to change the far-flung empire.
Insightful, original, and steeped in the culture of retail life, The Retail Revolution draws on first hand reporting from coastal China to rural Arkansas to give a fresh and necessary understanding of the phenomenon that has transformed international commerce.