HASLETT, USA: The Great Lakes Floral Association (GLFA) in collaboration with the Association of Flower Importers of Florida (AFIF), American Floral Endowment (AFE) Floral Marketing Research Fund, CalFlowers, and Asocolflores has hailed the success of a state-wide campaign to promote flowers.
Over 7500 thirty-second radio and TV spots ran on Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB) stations across the state of Michigan from July 27, 2020 through September 30, 2020.
The campaign received and extra boost in the month of October when a 15 second tag on spot was added to a voter registration campaign. GLFA participating members received Stick in Pics, Statement Stuffers, 4ups flyers, and high-resolution digital copy of the logo for their personal in store use. Some members carried the campaign one step further by creating local Hugs & Smiles bouquet partnerships with local broadcasters. Others created their own versions of the television ad while others ran advertising in their local papers. Half of the participating members reported selling over 4000 bouquets.
“I would personally like to thank our investors and membership for their support and belief in this campaign,”, says Rodney Crittenden, CEO Great Lakes Floral Association. “I am so proud to see our industry come together on such an important and timely issue.”
For more details and to register to participate in the campaign visit www.greatlakesfloralassociation.org “News” tab.
The Great Lakes Floral Association is a full-service trade organisation representing more than 400 florists, growers, and wholesalers. Located in Haslett, Michigan, GLFA offers group savings on insurance, financial services, credit card processing and supplies, office supplies; is the sponsor of the Certified Florist (CF) program; creates and hosts the annual Great Lakes Floral & Event Expo; conducts educational seminars throughout the year at the association headquarters and various other facilities; publishes The Professional Florist magazine; hosts the GLFA website, and interacts with state/federal government agencies.