Spreading a little bit of love

18 February 2019 | Others

Otis Finck - Romantic Ross Botha (22) stole numerous hearts on Valentine’s Day.

He produced 1 000 paper roses and distributed these with a request that those who receive the roses write a short message of encouragement and pass it on within 60 minutes.

Ross went from door to door and distributed 400 roses at various businesses he visited in Swakopmund.

His gift and gesture was well received and caught many by surprise.

“We all need and should spread a little bit of love. The fact that the world needs love inspired me. I am doing this with the hope that romance is alive and well amongst friends and families.”

Roses made by Ross were also distributed in Grootfontein (100), Outjo (100) and Tsumeb (100) on the day. His sister distributed 300 paper rose in Walvis Bay.

In 2018 Ross made and distributed 100 roses on Valentine’s Day and 600 on Spring Day.

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