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Ellerslie Flowers Announces Complimentary Delivery Service


Ellerslie Flowers Auckland Announces Complimentary Delivery Service

Auckland’s leading florist pleased to inform public about availability of free local delivery

AUCKLAND, NZ—December 18, 2013—With the approach of the busy holiday season, Ellerslie Flowers is announcing the availability of free delivery services on their bouquets and gifts, within Auckland.

All Ellerslie deliveries are made by expert, professional floral delivery companies, in order to reduce wait times and ensure quality handling of all products.

“Our ultimate goal, aside from providing only the freshest and most beautiful flowers in Auckland, is to make sure our customers enjoy convenience and the utmost in service,” said a spokesperson for Ellerslie Flowers. “For that reason, we provide the added benefit of complimentary delivery. When you want to send flowers to mark a special occasion, it’s imperative that they arrive on-time and with care, which is exactly what we’re able to provide with our services.”

The complimentary delivery services offered by Ellerslie are covered by their 100% guarantee, which certifies customers will receive the peak level of care in the processing and preparation of their order, delivery in an agreed-upon time frame, and flowers that remain in impeccable condition.

“During the holidays, people want to send flowers as a gift to loved ones, or even use them to decorate their home, and it really is the most thoughtful way to show you care, and with our services, we go above and beyond, every time,” said the company spokesperson.

For 12 years, Ellerslie has remained the premier web-based floral service, and they offer products for any occasion, including seasonal bouquets, new baby flowers, and “I love you” flowers.

For more information about Ellerslie’s delivery services, and their available products, visit http://www.flowersauckland.com/.


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