Flower Show lost $1.2 million, and leader blames TV
The 2013 show actually fell short about $1.2 million, not an unprecedented event in its 184-year history but a short-term disaster for the many urban "greening" programs it supports.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Philly.com.
#1 May 20, 2013
LOL. The over priced price gouging flower show and Philadelphia parking spaces are the reason attendance has been dropping and not a weather forecast.
Repeat The Philadelphia Flower Show is over priced as are the parking and concessions found in Philadelphia at or near the flower show.
Insurance claims? evil weathermen?-puuhleaseeeeeeee
Add your comments below
|Texas-based retailers need a jolt of jolly as t...||1 hr||Cat||4|
|Many Trump voters who got hurricane relief in T...||2 hr||Daily Farts||6|
|Michelle Grossman - About NBC 10 News Story - W... (Mar '08)||5 hr||Dooshy||930|
|Texas city offers Hurricane Harvey relief only ...||12 hr||Very good fart||2|
|Mexico Says Texas Immigration Crackdown Is Crea...||19 hr||1natturner||4|
|What 'bad' year? Facebook's Stock up 50%||Fri||who defines lies eh||1|
|Trump: Puerto Rico was a 'disaster' before hurr...||Fri||youll shoot your ...||74|
Find what you want!
Search Weather Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC