Fiesta Roses Are the Ideal Gift for a Serendipitous ‘Thank You’ as Well as for Special Occasions Like Administrative Professionals Week April 21-27

On Administrative Professionals Day, April 24, don’t be surprised to see a rose or two on some of the desks of the millions who work in administrative support roles across America. However, staff members at Fiesta Roses (http://www.FiestaRoses.com) say it’s also a good idea to give flowers, “Just because.”

News York, NY (PRWEB) April 18, 2013

Few flowers possess the history or the mystery of the rose—perhaps that’s why it’s the perfect symbol for grace, gratitude, love and beauty. Every day Fiesta Roses turns these delicate symbols into enduring memories, whether it’s for a simple “Thank You” or for a special recognition, like the upcoming Administrative Professionals Week, April 21-27.

The company, which is located in Brevard County—along what is commonly known as Florida’s Space Coast—provides overnight delivery to anywhere in the continental United States. Its state-of-the-art facilities feature refrigerated storage and top-quality processing systems.

Fiesta Roses provides a wide variety of products for virtually every occasion—whether it’s special dates like birthdays, anniversaries and graduations or the more serendipitous, like a spontaneous “Thank you,” “Thinking of you” or even “Just because.”

Of course, roses are the ideal flower for that most elevated of acknowledgements, Mother’s Day, which this year is May 12. But they’re also great for Administrative Professionals Week, April 21-27, or Administrative Professionals Day, Wednesday, April 24. And that’s not a small segment: According to U.S. Department of Labor statistics, there are 4.1 million secretaries and administrative assistants working in the United States (http://www.IAAP-HQ.org/events/apw).

Fiesta Roses are cultivated in Ecuador in South America, high in the Andes Mountains.
“The combination of very high elevation, perfect year-round climate and incredibly fertile volcanic soil make it the perfect place to grow large beautiful roses,” a spokesperson said. “It is our mission to provide our customers with the freshest, highest quality and most unique fresh-cut floral products in the world.”

Each rose is carefully inspected and must adhere to very strict standards.

Fiesta Roses come in a wide variety of colors, with attractive hues like Aqua, Blue, Emerald, Kiwi and Purple. They also come in bi-colors, like Dreamsicle (orange-white), Fire (red-white), Ice (blue-white), Inspiration (purple-white), Lucky (green-white) and Sunshine (yellow-white). In addition, Fiesta offers multi-colors, including red, white and blue, dubbed the U.S. Flag Rose, an appropriate title, given that the rose, since 1986, has been the official floral emblem of the United States.

For more information about Fiesta Roses and its various offerings, visit http://www.FiestaRoses.com. The toll-free number is 1 (800) 986-2918. Fax is 321-622-6958. Business hours, on the east coast, are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The address is 295 North Drive, Suite D, Melbourne FL 32934.

ABOUT: Fiesta Roses is based Melbourne, FL, along what is known as Florida’s Space Coast. The company specializes in quality roses that are cultivated, classified and inspected to maintain Fiesta’s high standard. It is a member of the Business Alliance for Secure Commerce and associated with Flor Ecuador and The Rainforest Alliance. Fiesta Roses is a quality client of Print & Radio (http://www.PrintAndRadio.com).


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