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Online ‘Bloom’ Store Named Number One

Media release                                                                                            November 8, 2009

Online ‘Bloom’ Store Named Number One

Popular gift website has been awarded top billing by one of the country’s most prestigious event companies.

The online store, which has been running for only a year, was voted ‘Best Corporate Gift Service in New Zealand' by the Corporate Events Guide and People’s Choice Awards.

Based in Auckland, creates and delivers gorgeous bouquets that resemble flowers but are actually made up of gourmet chocolate and fresh fruit.

More than 13,000 New Zealanders voted in the online poll which ran from February through to October.

Corporate Events Guide director Tony Crisp says although only established four years ago the People’s Choice Awards have become the most prestigious accolade in the industry.

“With so many votes cast, there can be no doubt that the people who matter – those who attend events – rate the award winners extremely highly.

 “Award winners can be sure that their service or product is truly second to none, and that they have given their customers and clients a truly memorable experience.”

Managing Director of, Sarah Bruce, says her team is thrilled with the success of the company in such a short period of time.

 “It’s important to us that we offer people a range of quality products and something a little bit different,” she says.  “The feedback we have received from customers has been phenomenal and having our bouquets recognised in this way is fantastic!” delivers nationwide and has recently unveiled their latest range of bouquets just in time for Christmas starting from only $35.

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