Well, you will never believe it. Take a look at local Milwaukee Florist two tier store front window. In the pic below - on the right hand side
in preparation for Superbowl celebrations in which we know the Green Bay Packers are going to win, we decided to make our window
reflect our Packer Pride. The owners and employees of local Milwaukee Florist, Welkes House of Roses and Flowers has always been Green Bay Packers fans.
Yes, they call us cheeseheads, but we are ok with it.
On the right side, feast your eyes on our Valentine's Day window featuring hearts and gorgeous flowers. Looking at this window will stop you in your tracks.
Speaking of Valentine's Day, if you need long stem red Roses delivered in Milwaukee - view our website for thousands of choices. www.welkes.com
Did you hear about FOX6Now.com and Welke's House of Roses Deluxe Ultimate Valentine package?
We're giving one (1) lucky winner a dozen roses arranged professionally in a vase, a teddy bear, a box of Niemann's chocolates, a long lasting mylar balloon and a bag of rose petals.
All of this is worth an estimated $125. Now that's a prize package that could really impress your Valentine.
Register ONCE AN HOUR until the contest ends at 9 a.m. on Friday, February 11, 2011.
Welkes House of Roses and Flowers is a local Milwaukee Florist for over 100 years. Since 1901 Welkes has been delivering
beautiful roses, orchids, plants, and Valentine's Day Flowers and every occasion.
Some Fun Facts surrounding this years SuperBowl:
Where is the Superbowl this year? ARLINGTON, Texas
The NFL is expecting a record crowd for the first Super Bowl at $1.3 billion Cowboys Stadium - The Green Bay Packers Vs The Pittsburgh Steelers.
League spokesman Brian McCarthy said Thursday an estimated total of 105,000 spectators will attend the Feb. 6 game in the suburban Dallas-Fort Worth area stadium.
McCarthy said about 95,000 fans will be in the seats and suites inside the stadium, along with about 5,000 media members and staff. Approximately 5,000 people also paid $200 apiece to be in an area outside the stadium watching on big-screen TVs.
The record of 103,985 was set in the 1980 Super Bowl at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., when the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Los Angeles Rams. This time, the Steelers are playing the Green Bay Packers.
A record could exceed the population of Green Bay, Wisconsin which is about 104,000.