By Carlie Kollath/NEMS Daily Journal
From the Biz Buzz blog …
Presley’s Flowers moves, gets new ownership
Presley’s Flowers has moved to Cliff Gookin Boulevard.
The store opened in 2010 in downtown Tupelo with Roman Milburn as the owner. Click here to see our pictures from when the store opened.
He later moved the store to West Main Street (previous coverage) by Village Green.
An employee told us this week that Linda Dollins is the new owner of the business, as of Jan. 8. She moved the business last month to Cliff Gookin. It’s in the shopping center with the Asian restaurant.
Thanks to @Tupelo_Guy for the tip!
C Spire will give you money for ad ideas
Press release from C Spire, the company formerly known as Cellular South:
RIDGELAND, Miss.–Jul 11, 2012 — C Spire Wireless is offering consumers the chance to show their creativity and love of “PERCS” with today’s launch of PERCS means PRIZES, the company’s first user generated, multi-media contest surrounding it’s highly touted PERCS rewards and consumer engagement program.
The contest, which is open to C Spire customers and the general public, kicks off July 16 and will give participants the chance to showcase their talent and show how they use and benefit from their PERCS rewards by submitting photos and videos online.
Participants will get their creation displayed in C Spire’s online galleries and earn the chance to win up to 1,000 PERC points – giving them access to valuable rewards personalized just for them.
Each category winner will get $1,000, and the PERCS star talent will win the $5,000 grand prize.
C Spire’s PERCS means PRIZES contestants will get a chance to display their creativity, in addition to getting the opportunity to earn PERC points and win cash prizes. Participants will get up to 1,000 PERC points when they submit a PERCS commercial idea or jingle, capture their PERCS celebration dance or create a PERCS music video using soundtracks from the company’s Bright Lights Music program.
They can also snap a photo during a PERCS Catch game, or create a photo image of their best PERCS excited expression.