Our customers are number one to us, and Mom is number one to our customers
Miami, FL (Vocus) October 7, 2010
Online flower deliver company daFlores would like to remind consumers that Argentinian Mother's Day is rapidly approaching. This special event in Argentina takes place annually on the third Sunday in October. In 2010, Argentinian Mother's Day falls on October 17.
DaFlores suggests that pink, yellow and white flowers, especially roses, make a perfect gift for Mom. Their warm, attractive colors don't convey romance in the same way that red roses do, which makes them ideal. The company provides a wide range of arrangements that can be sorted by price or occasion. Mother's Day flower arrangements are expertly-made with flowers that were still growing the morning they were created.
The company also reminds readers that this is a busy time and that customers should shop early to avoid disappointment. “In some cases we can send flowers same-day,” explains Francisco Bustos, President and CEO of daFlores. “But at busy times like this, there's a distinct possibility that florists could run out of flowers.”
DaFlores has translated its website into several different languages to facilitate ordering flowers for Mother's Day in Argentina. Customers simply pick the country of delivery, the language they want to use, and start browsing. Bilingual, Spanish or English, customer service, both online and offline, supports the ordering process.
“Our customers are number one to us, and Mom is number one to our customers,” says Mr. Bustos. “We make it absolutely painless to order Argentinian Mother's Day flowers, whether you're sending to Argentina or to an Argentinian mom in some other country.”
About daFlores international flower delivery company
DaFlores is based in Miami, Florida. This family-owned company started in 2000 with flower delivery to Argentina, Colombia and other countries in the Americas. It has since expanded into parts of Europe and Asia. DaFlores serves its customers through freshly-cut flowers, arranged by quality local florists who must have been in business for over a decade.