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Teacher Appreciation Week with Teleflora
Media Relations Manager
Teleflora Partners with GLSEN to Thank Teachers Everywhere this Teacher Appreciation Week (May 2 – 6)
Show your appreciation for the teachers that are making a difference in our children’s lives with a gift that gives back from Teleflora
LOS ANGELES (April 21, 2016) – Teachers play a major role in building brighter futures for our children. This May, Teleflora, the world’s leading floral delivery service and GLSEN, the leading national education organization focused on ensuring safe and affirming schools for all students, are partnering to help you express your gratitude for all the teachers that are making a difference in their communities. During Teacher Appreciation Week (May 2 to 6, 2016), individuals who purchase Teleflora’s Be Happy® Bouquet with Roses – a Teleflora “Fan Favorite” – will enjoy 20 percent off the purchase price. In turn, Teleflora will donate 10 percent of all sales of Teleflora’s Be Happy Bouquet with Roses during Teacher Appreciation Week to advancing GLSEN’s mission.
“Everyone can remember at least one teacher who truly made a positive impact on their educational experience without expecting anything in return,” said David Dancer, Teleflora’s Executive Vice President and Head of Marketing. “We’re proud to be able to give back to these educators in some way and to support GLSEN’s cause, which enhances our educational system by ensuring every student, in every school is valued and treated with respect, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.”
“My life was shaped by amazing teachers who ‘got’ me, including my mom. At GLSEN I get daily reminders of the difference dedicated, caring educators make for millions of students who need their support to thrive. Thank you, Teleflora, for helping us all celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week, and for your support of GLSEN’s work to create safe and affirming schools for all,” said Eliza Byard, Executive Director of GLSEN.
Teleflora’s Be Happy Bouquet with Roses (Available on Teleflora.com starting at $39.95)
This cheerful bouquet is sure to make someone smile, brimming with joyful yellow roses and playful daisies, all beautifully arranged in a keepsake happy-face mug for long-lasting enjoyment.
Give a gift that gives back! Share your gratitude for the teachers that have made a difference in your community by sending Teleflora’s Be Happy Bouquet with Roses, guaranteed to put a smile on their face this Teacher Appreciation Week. To place an order for a beautifully arranged floral gift, hand-crafted and delivered by a local florist anywhere in the country, visit www.teleflora.com.
Teleflora brings together the time-honored tradition of sending flowers with the modern benefits of an advanced florist network. By tapping over 11,000 member florists in North America alone, Teleflora offers the kind of personal touches, artistry and expertise you expect from a trusted neighborhood florist—even if that neighborhood is across the country. No prepackaged flowers in nondescript boxes dropped on your doorstep—Teleflora’s network of professional florists create artistic arrangements personally delivered in a vase, often on the same day. And, with the organization’s pioneering “Flowers in a Gift” Collection, the recipient gets a keepsake that turns the treasured gesture of a bouquet into a lasting memento. Luxe yet affordable, aspirational yet accessible, Teleflora makes every day an occasion. Follow Teleflora on Facebook.
GLSEN is the leading national education organization focused on ensuring safe and affirming schools for all students. GLSEN envisions a world in which every child learns to respect and accept all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. GLSEN seeks to develop school climates where difference is valued for the positive contribution it makes to creating a more vibrant and diverse community. For information on GLSEN's research, educational resources, public policy advocacy, student organizing programs and educator training initiatives, visit www.glsen.org.