This year’s Mother’s Day economy is expected to be worth nearly $15 Billion, signaling a 4% increase from last year’s spending for the holiday. The graphic above illustrates how this spending will be comprised–where it’s coming from and also what types of gifts are being purchased.
On Sunday, May 9, 2010, most American’s will honor their mothers. There are many ways to tell mom thanks, but most people do it with flowers, making Mother’s Day a very important day for the floral industry. In the US, the day ranks as the second highest gift-giving holiday, the busiest day of the year for many restaurants and a peak day for long distance calling. Here’s a look at Mother’s Day by the numbers.