What we did for Valentine’s 2008….

This year two of Mumbai’s renowned companies approached us and asked us whether we would be interested in helping them spread smiles on this Valentine’s. We said, “Thats what we do all the time” and we were in business.

Our first endeavor was to spread smiles in a leading bookstore in Mumbai “Crossword Book Store”. We distributed Flora2000 branded roses to one and all who visited Crossword on Valentine’s Day. Believe me, we had a lot of fun doing that and felt amazed and delighted as we saw each recipient smile and accept our rose gleefully. Below are some pictures.

Crossword

Crossword 1

Our second venture was to spread smiles in the one and only “Hard Rock Cafe” in India situated in Mumbai. There we distributed Flora2000 branded roses to all couples who came there on that night. It was lovely to see these beautiful couples smiling with love and joy when they received the roses. We managed to get you a picture from there as well.

We hope you enjoyed your Valentine’s as much as we did “spreading smiles”.

About Allan Fliss

I am Allan Fliss, a partner in the marketing communications firm of Richartz Fliss Clark & Pope (RFC&P). Recently, we have been asked to represent Flora2000 within the US. Since taking on the assingment, I have forgotten everything I thought I knew about flowers and been reeducated!
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3 Responses to What we did for Valentine’s 2008….

  1. Ravi says:

    Really a nice idea!!!!

  2. Ravi says:

    Really a nice idea!

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