During the holiday season, it can be hectic trying to figure out what to get certain people in your life. Some are picky, others are choosy. Teleflora is there to save the day with their beautiful holiday bouquets. The best part about flowers is you don’t ever need a reason to send them except simply “just because” or to let someone know you were thinking of them.
Watch the video below to see how one small gesture can make a world of a difference in someones life:
To help make this holiday season a little brighter for everyone, Teleflora, the world’s leading floral delivery service, is highlighting the importance of believing in humanity and the immense power of a thoughtful gesture. In a moment when many Americans need that uplift, Teleflora’s latest holiday campaign, “Leave No One Out This Holiday” shows how the gift of a Teleflora bouquet can help turn the holidays from lonely to lovely.
Whether coping with the loss of a loved one, being across the miles from friends and family, working additional hours to help meet holiday demands, or for the thousands across the globe displaced from their homes, Teleflora’s “Leave No One Out This Holiday” – which launches today – harnesses the power of humanity. The campaign shows how a thoughtful gesture can be the holiday gift we all need to make someone feel loved and cared about.
“We could all use a holiday miracle, and that is what’s embodied in this new campaign,” said Danielle Mason, vice president of marketing, Teleflora. “We have confronted so many challenges in recent years – a pandemic, a recession, a war abroad – and it can certainly take a toll on the holiday spirit. We know the power of a thoughtful gesture and it’s why we’re encouraging Americans to reach out to their neighbors and loved ones, check in on those around you, and let someone know you are thinking of them. Let’s reignite humanity in the world by making someone feel loved this holiday.”
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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Teleflora. All opinions are my own.