Meet the Twins...Dempsey and DavidEdward. The New Official Mascots Of The Rittners School of Floral Design
A Mascot is something like a good luck charm.
But just as importantly, a mascot should exemplify the ideals of the
organization that it represents.
At Rittners Floral School in Boston, we have chosen the Boxer Dog as our mascot, for we feel that it displays outstanding personality traits, many of which are important for people who plan to be floral artists.
Boxers are well known for being friendly and outgoing. They enjoy people, and being with others. They are intelligent and warm hearted. They are very optimistic animals and have a very positive zest for life. They are smart and loyal, and above all quite enthusiastic in all that they do. Boxers are also very creative in their play, always seeking new and different ways to accomplish things. They can be stubborn, yet at the same time they are quite practical and adaptable. They are very sensitive unique animals, with very distinctive personalities.
Our mascots don't wander around the school. They are available, however, to say hello to those who like dogs in general and boxers in particular!
For a history of past boxer mascots at Rittners Floral School check out this link.
Here is Dempsey and DavidEdward.....
Here is a photo of our two latest mascots......
They are siblings and incredibly cute! Dempsey is the one on the left and DavidEdward the one on the right.
At the time of this photograph, each is approximately eighteen pounds of Boxer puppy love. For those of you who have attended Rittners, you may remember Sugar Ray, who was an incredibly popular past mascot. These two little ones are family......They are great, great, etc. grand nephews of Sugar Ray, and just as sweet in character! In a very short time they have already become quite popular with everyone here at Rittners!