New Technology Gives Personalized Twist to a Valentine's Day Favorite

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New Technology arrives just in time for Valentine's Day. Be the very first to surprise your loved one with Personal Roses - Roses that "Speak" for themselves. Each individual rose is embossed with your special Valentine's Message right on the petals. Everyone has received roses before, but never roses embossed with a romantic message on their petals. This Valentine's Day, give the gift that will be treasured forever.

Looking for a way to really impress your sweetheart this Valentine's Day? A company in Texas may just have your answer. Personalized roses are a new craze that is quickly sweeping through the floral industry and provides customers the opportunity to “speak” from their heart with their own romantic message or picture that is embossed directly on live roses.

With each rose individually imprinted with your special message, exquisitely packaged and shipped overnight to ensure freshness, the bouquet of roses arrive rested, watered and ready to make a dramatic impression.

Chris Osburn, Marketing Director for says, "The response to our personalized roses has been incredible. Seeing a personal message printed right on the petals of long stemmed roses, makes all the difference when they are given to a loved one. After all, just about everybody has received roses before, but how many have seen a personalized message or even a personal photograph printed right on their roses? To give a gift that will always be remembered is what our customers want. Many of them call or email back to thank us for creating such beautiful memories…and that's been wonderful. Valentine's Day is already shaping up to be a big season for us, as we’ve already been getting orders placed well in advance of it."

So, if you're struggling to express your love this Valentine's Day, you might consider a new twist on an old favorite.

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