Valentines Day Gifts and Flowers to China by YaoFlowers.com

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YaoFlowers.com, a quality florist in China that guarantees successful delivery to any city in China, is announcing a brand new promotion for Valentine's Day 2013.

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These gift ideas would help the customers convey love message to their beloved in China on Valentine’s Day.

YaoFlowers.com, a quality florist in China that guarantees successful delivery to any city in China, is announcing a brand new promotion for Valentine's Day 2013 - any order placed before February 10th 2013 can get a discount, up to 20% off.

“We launch this promotion to help people to send flowers to China for their loved ones,” said, Annie Tan, CEO of YaoFlowers.com, “Overseas customers can select from our wide range of flowers, wines, chocolates and other gifts. These gift ideas would help the customers convey love message to their beloved in China on Valentine’s Day.”

Flowers have always been the number one choice for Valentine’s Day, because they can directly show true love and make perfect gifts for both men and women. Red roses are a classic Valentine’s Day gift, and they have been the most popular gift idea for Valentine’s Day.

Annie Tan added, “Overseas customers can select from our wide range of flowers, wines, chocolates and other gifts. These gift ideas would help the customers convey love message to their beloved in China on Valentine’s Day. Shanghai flower delivery plays an important role in our business, and sending flowers to Taiwan is available as well.”

The company has prepared a great quantity of red roses and others from many gardens in China to ensure proper delivery of flowers on Valentine’s Day.

About YaoFlowers
Found in 2006, YaoFlowers.com, a leading China florist, has gained popularity these years due to its romantic flowers and gifts at affordable prices, and fast delivery as well. Besides classic red roses, YaoFlowers.com offers a wide range of flowers and gifts for all occasions.

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