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New Roanoke flower shop uses social media to gain business

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After a couple years of hard work, a local man finally sees his business grow.

Eddie Davis has been running a flower shop in his home for the past two years, but is now moving to Gus Nicks Boulevard off of Route-460 in Roanoke bordering Vinton.

He hopes to be open before Mother's Day.

Davis has used his Facebook page 'Flowers by Eddie,' to help his business grow.

He'll be teaching classes at his new shop and is keep his flowers and gifts local.

He plans to bring in a baker, photographer, and seamstress to the space upstairs, to make 'Flowers by Eddie' a one-stop-shop.

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