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Ellerslie Flowers Changes Name to Market Flowers Auckland

Ellerslie Flowers Changes Name to Market Flowers Auckland

One of Auckland’s leading online florists has officially launched its new name, Market Flowers Auckland.

“Over the past 12 years we have become specialists in delivering the freshest market flowers across Auckland,” said Gavin Harris, CEO of Market Flowers Auckland. “Changing our name from Ellerslie Flowers to Market Flowers Auckland aims to further emphasise that we deliver across the region. We are still the exact same company as before and we continue to offerthe same great service.”

Taking orders from all over the world, Market Flowers Auckland has built a strong reputation for deliveringbeautiful, longer-lasting bouquets to friends andloved ones across Auckland. Customers can browse, select and order bouquets using the online shop. With free delivery within the region and a same day delivery service the florist has become renowned for excellent customer service.

“We are very proud of what we have achieved and the wonderful feedback we receive speaks for itself” adds Harris.

Whether to congratulate a friend or celebrate a birthday the experienced team is dedicated to supplying luscious flowers for any occasion. For those wantingto create something extra special, there is also an option to include meaningful additions such as gourmet chocolates or cuddly toys to create the perfect gift.

Furthermore, Market Flowers Auckland has recently helped raise $1,200 for charity after donating a bouquet made up of 120 premium red roses for a Valentine’s Day Charity Auction.All the proceeds raised went to@Heart, a charitythathelps make a differencethose living with childhoodheart conditions.

Market Flowers Auckland provides advice to those who wish to discover more about selecting the perfect bouquetwith the website providing information on colour meanings, facts and how to keep flowers fresher for longer.

For more information and to discover your perfect bouquet,visit http://www.flowersauckland.com/.

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