DETROIT, April 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- FlowerDeliveryExpress.com, a leading online flower delivery company, had their telephones going crazy the day after Administrative Professionals Day. It appears that last year many bosses and managers forgot to send their secretaries and administrative assistants flowers as a token of their appreciation for all the hard work these people do day in and day out. Many work 50 to 60 hours a week during annual report time or other periods without overtime pay or additional compensation. Some are asked to take care of personal matters for family or friends of their bosses.
According to FlowerDeliveryExpress.com CEO, Wesley Berry, "Forgetting Administrative Professionals Day is almost as bad as forgetting your wedding anniversary or your best friend's birthday. Loyal and long term assistants are like family and want to be recognized for their efforts. This is an important day to affirm your appreciation for a valuable employee." Over the years, Administrative Professionals Day has become one of the largest workplace observances. The event is celebrated worldwide.
This year Administrative Professionals Week is April 22 through 26 with Wednesday, April 24' being Administrative Professionals Day. This annual event was originally organized in 1952 as "National Secretaries Week." It was established as an effort to recognize secretaries for their contributions in the workplace, and to attract people to secretarial/administrative careers.
If you forgot last year – your secretary/administrative assistant hasn't. Order your Administrative Professionals Day flower arrangement early from FlowerDeliveryExpress.com to insure timely delivery. In addition to their floral offerings, they also have a wide variety of items including cookies, chocolates and specialty gift baskets.
FlowerDeliveryExpress.com is rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau. The company has also been voted "Best Florist" over a dozen times. FlowerDeliveryExpress.com delivers from their own brick and mortar flower shops with their own delivery fleet, and through FedEx and UPS from coast to coast. Deliveries are also made via a computerized sending network of affiliated shops. They provide delivery throughout most of the United States, Canada, and over eighty countries around the world.
Wesley Berry is the CEO of FlowerDeliveryExpress.com, a multi-million dollar online floral delivery operation. He also owns Wesley Berry Flowers, a Detroit-based brick and mortar florist established in 1946.
Shoppers can conveniently make floral purchases by phone at 888.851.2881 and online at www.FlowerDeliveryExpress.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.