Flowers in an allergy doctor's office?
They'd have to be fake. LOL! You're not even supposed to wear "scents" when you go in because some people are so sensitive.
He doesn't have "his own" building - he's in a small, 3 story "medical office" building, and the group that owns it has two locations. More than I'm ready to tackle at this point.
I just thought "Hey, these people are here because they have allergies, maybe some have allergies so bad that they can't care for their lawns?"
(My biggest allergy is to grass and tree pollen - lol)
I don't see the doctor each time, I just go to get my injections from the nurses, but last week I ran into my doctor and gave him the cards. I explained that since we had last spoken, I had started my own lawn care business, and thought that he may run across patients that cant do their own lawn work. "If you can think of anyone who could use my help, feel free to pass along my info".
He looked at my card, asked me what areas I service, and wished me good luck before heading off to see a patient.
It was today (a week later) that I noted he had placed my cards at the counter. I was thrilled to see that, as I have never seen any sort of "solicitation" materials there in the past.
I counted them and made a note of how many were there. Hey, if I can get permission to keep them stocked there, I'll use one of the card displays, and do some sort of "Allergy Sufferer Special".