Interflora – the world’s largest flower delivery network has launched a new website for it’s customers in the Republic of Ireland.
The new site http://www.interflora.ie/ is designed specifically for Irish consumers; orders can be placed in Euros making it simple and easy to order online. As with all Interflora products, orders placed via Interflora Ireland will be created, individually wrapped and personally delivered by an expert florist. Interflora has a growing network of over 200 independent florists in the Republic of Ireland.
Interflora’s Marketing Director Michael Barringer, commented, “The launch of this dedicated site is part of our development of the brand in the Irish market as Ireland’s best known and most trusted flower delivery service. The website is supported by a specific direct marketing campaign to drive traffic to the new site and is timed perfectly for Valentine’s Day.”
Interflora.ie offers Interflora’s renowned and trusted service, and can deliver flowers same day for orders placed before 2pm Monday to Saturday. The Valentine’s Day Collection will be available for order from 11th January. This year Valentine’s Day will fall on a Sunday (the first time for a decade) and Interflora has confirmed it will deliver on Valentine’s Sunday and will also take orders for delivery up to 10pm on Saturday 13th, so bringing romance to the nation’s villages, towns and cities as usual.
Nearly 100 years since its foundation, Interflora’s combination of creativity, experience and guaranteed quality sets the organisation apart from the competition, defining its position as The Flower Experts.
Notes for Editors
Interflora is the world’s largest and most popular flower delivery network with over 1,800 florists in the UK and Ireland and incorporating over 58,000 florists worldwide, delivering flowers to over 140 countries. Interflora has become synonymous with a concept that within a day or even a matter of hours beautiful hand-created bouquets or gifts can be personally delivered across the world. In 2010 Interflora’s Mercury Messenger emblem will celebrate its centenary year.
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