Saturday, May 12, 2012

Flower delivery

  • Hong Kong Flower Delivery Ltd. wishes to remind customers Hong Kong Mother's Day occurs on May 13. The company's website has launched a new range of Mothers Day flowers to suit the occasion.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • With monthly flower delivery from the Fresh Cut Flower of the Month Club, appreciative offspring and adoring husbands need look no further. Every woman enjoys a touch of beauty to enhance her surroundings.
  • (Seattle Post Intelligencer)
  • Florist Shop Hong Kong presents a new website making it simpler than ever to select and order Hong Kong flower delivery online for any occasion.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Big-name online flower vendors generally fall into two categories: those that route orders to a local florist for delivery, and those that ship out boxed arrangements from a few central places. Some provide a mix of the two.
  • (Smart Money)
  • Moscow florists AMF-Flower Delivery Corporation recently expanded the number of flower delivery locations in Moscow where they deliver their high quality and wide array of flowers.
  • (PRLog (free press release))
  • Dan Fallak has seen the panic in men's eyes on Valentine's Day at the flower department of local grocery stores and thought there should be a better way to send women flowers.
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  • Winners will enjoy shopping on From You Flowers website for unique flower arrangements, delicious gift baskets and plants to send to their Mom year round.
  • (PR Newswire)
  • Just in time for Mothers Day, international flower delivery company has reached 500,000 Likes on Facebook. The online florist has been in business since 2001 and has embraced social media from the start.
  • (Beaumont Enterprise)
  • Each flower delivery will be accompanied by a HopeLine® grant to support ongoing victim services at the shelter, with grants totaling $7,500.
  • (4-traders (press release))
  • An Ottawa startup company says they've found a way to simultaneously "keep women happy" and "keep men out of the doghouse" with an automatic flower delivery service designed to spare men from the punishment of forgetting their loved one's special dates.
  • (Toronto Star)

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