SAN DIEGO, Feb. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ProFlowers®, one of the nation's largest online fresh flower retailers, is offering a 20 percent off discount to last minute Valentine's Day customers on its entire inventory of flowers and products. Consumers can visit www.proflowers.com/lastminute and enter MINUTE20 at checkout. Late shoppers can place orders until 6 p.m. EST on Feb. 13, 2013 and ProFlowers will guarantee delivery in time for Valentine's Day.
ProFlowers floral experts have created completely new Valentine's Day floral designs with thoughtful, imaginative and fun themes. Kate Law, ProFlowers floral design expert, said more than 300,000 of Valentine's Day deliveries are non-rose products. "Red roses will always be an essential for Valentine's Day, but this year we're seeing more requests for mixed-flower bouquets," said Law. "Winter is prime tulip season, so those are an excellent option and potted orchids are another great alternative as well."
ProFlowers offers a wide selection of stunning and unique flower arrangements and offers a seven-day freshness guarantee. The company works directly with professional growers, rather than middlemen, retailers or third parties. This means less time between the flower fields and recipients' doorsteps, ensuring the freshest flowers possible and a longer bloom time for the flowers.
"We are trying to make it easy for last minute shoppers to send the best, freshest flowers for their loved ones, even up until the day before Valentine's Day," said ProFlowers General Manager Bill Patterson.
ProFlowers plans to deliver more than one million bouquets this Valentine's Day, and since its inception the company has delivered in excess of 40 million bouquets.
ProFlowers, a Provide Commerce brand, launched in 1998 to sell and deliver fresh cut flowers for everyday and special occasions such as Valentine's Day, Easter, Mother's Day, birthday and anniversary events. The company's market platform combines an online storefront, proprietary supply chain management technology and established grower relationships that bypass traditional floral supply chains of wholesalers, distributors and retailers.
SOURCE Provide Commerce