Dina Mushnik, who was the face of Dina’s mom, is taking over the flower shop
A woman who used to run a flower shop and restaurant in Boulder, Colorado, has been tapped to take over Dina and her mother’s business.
According to the Boulder Herald, Dina will be the flower and landscaping manager at Magnolia Flower Shop.
The shop is currently located at 1225 Euclid Ave.
Magnolia is a small flower shop with a handful of customers.
The new manager will help manage the business while the mother and daughter continue their relationship.
The family said they were excited to be working together.
“I’m really looking forward to working with this great family,” Dina said in a statement.
The new employee will begin her first day of work Wednesday. “
The Magnolia family has a rich history of providing amazing customer service, and I am excited to work with such an incredible team.”
The new employee will begin her first day of work Wednesday.
Dina is expected to be back in Boulder on Monday.
“Dina is the only employee that I know of who has ever had an experience with the Denver Public Works Department,” said Boulder Mayor Michael Hancock.
“She has been through this herself and has been so helpful and helpful in helping us keep up with the pace of construction.”
The city’s new flower shop manager is one of two hires in the city’s flower and garden department, according to city officials.
In March, the city awarded $25,000 in grant money to Magnolia to help pay for the new flower and gardening facility.