April 22, 2010
Romance/Getaway Series - Teleflora
About Teleflora (from their website):
"At Teleflora, we're proud to have been connecting customers with the nation's best florists for more than 75 years. All of our floral arrangements are professionally arranged by a local florist using only the freshest flowers available, and each gift is personally delivered in a vase - in most cases, the same day you place your order - to ensure that it arrives in premium condition, ready to be enjoyed immediately.
As a service organization rather than a florist, Teleflora makes it easy to select beautiful florist-delivered products by investing in the most modern technology, seeking continuous innovation and improvement in services, and providing the best people in the business to ensure your confidence that your order will be placed easily and filled by a Teleflora florist quickly and professionally to your complete satisfaction.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, Teleflora has over 18,000 member florists throughout the U.S. and Canada, with an additional 20,000 affiliated florists outside North America. This extensive network, coupled with our commitment to exceptional customer service, means that when you send flowers from Teleflora, you can be confident that you’re sending the best."
I was sent the beautiful bouquet below to review. It arrived at my work, which is always lovely, because everyone who walks by my desk stops to admire them. It had gerbera daisies, roses and some other brightly colored flowers - the perfect combination of scent and bold colors. Exactly what a gray cubicle needs to add a pop of color and fragrence. This bouquet is called the Rainbow Pitcher bouquet, and can be found in their "Mother's Day - May 9th" section, along with some other gorgeous arrangements. It arrived on Wednesday, and I was out of the office Friday through Sunday, and when I got back to the office Monday, it still looked beautiful. I have gotten bouquets in the past (not from Teleflora) that wilted within a few days, and shriveled away to nothing within 4 days, which is disappointing, but I'm happy to report that was not the case with this bouquet.
Thanks to the generous people at Teleflora, ONE of my readers will have a chance to win a bouquet for themselves, or to send to a family member or friend or anyone you want!
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Deadline: May 6th, at noon EST
Disclaimer - I received samples for review, but the prize will be mailed from the vendor to the winner directly
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