|By PR Newswire||
|December 3, 2013 05:23 PM EST||
CHICAGO, Dec. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Flora2000 is inviting shoppers around the world to participate in its first-ever "Send Joy to the World with Flora2000" virtual holiday event. From Friday, December 6 through Friday, December 13th, the company will send 5 percent of all net profits from its designated holiday collection to aid victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. Funds will be donated to ShelterBox, which delivers emergency tented shelter and other supplies to those who've been impacted by natural and other disasters. ShelterBox is currently working in the Philippines following what meteorologists are calling the most powerful storm ever to make landfall.
"We have many customers in the Philippines, so it's only natural for us to do what we can to help, especially during the holiday season," said Mahima Narula, Business Head, Flora2000.
Shoppers will have the option of helping with relief efforts during the checkout process. They also can celebrate the beauty and variety of the holiday season with a special arrangement from Flora2000, a global, e-commerce floral company that serves people in 190 countries. Combining the convenience of online and mobile shopping, superior costumer service and the premiere network of florists worldwide, Flora2000 helps friends, families and businesses stay close and connected to the people who matter most.
Flora2000 offers a variety of gourmet treats and seasonal bouquets for all celebrations such as the festive "Scarlett White" bouquet. During the "Joy to the World" week, customers can enjoy 15% off all items, site-wide by using code SENDJOY15.
"There's something about the holidays that makes the world seem a little smaller," said Narula. "Whether it's sending a beautiful arrangement to family back home or a friend working in another country, Flora2000 will have the perfect gift for everyone on your list. We pride ourselves on quality, beauty and on time delivery because we know that's what matters most to our customers."