Doers and Dreamers – David Sosa-Michaca
Say ‘Hello’ to David! He is one of Kingston’s midtown businessmen promoting business in that district by being actively involved in planning events and building relationships. David was the key coordinator of the Independence of Mexico and Central America Festival and car show last year which drew lots of vendors and participants. This year, he is promoting a Cinco de Mayo Block Party which I’m personally looking forward to. By the way, I bet you didn’t know that we had a former professional basketball player in our community.
Your name: David Sosa-Michaca
Business or organization: ROCA-FLORAL
What is your approach to your business or occupation that makes you unique?
We personalize each and every one of the flower arrangements that we sell to our fine customers and the personal attention that we give to all.
Where are you from originally?
What brought you to the Kingston area and keeps you in this area?
God brought me here because me and my family were contemplating Saugerties. We were driving by and saw the space on Broadway and it was God showing us the opportunity. Here we are doing God’s will and bringing the community together as one working unit. People were very nice and received my family and I with a warm welcome every were we went. We just feel blessed because God brought us here for a reason and we are trying to do events to bring the whole community of Kingston together.
What is your favorite hangout in this area and why?
The YMCA because I play basketball and I get to play there every day. My family goes to work out there, also.
When you’re not in Kingston, what’s your idea of a wonderful city to visit, and why?
N.Y City. I like the glamour of the city and the amount of people that are always there.
Tell us something that we never would have guessed about you.
I played professional basketball in Mexico City and played for a traveling team for a number of years.