March 3, 2009 - TAPSCOTT’S ENTERS 76TH YEAR IN BUSINESS
Wider selection of lifelike floral products and lower prices for 2009
OWENSBORO, Kentucky, March 1, 2009 – Tapscott’s, leaders in the floral community since 1933, continues its development and expansion during its 76th anniversary year. The company features an expanded selection of standard, classic and progressive artificial floral designs using the very best stems, blooms, bushes, greenery and related accents and accessories. The company also adds more sales representatives and a new showroom in the Northeast Market Center near Boston.
“We fully recognize the current business environment makes buying decisions harder and harder for our customers,” says David M. Rosenberg, President and CEO. “Therefore, we have spent a great deal of time designing and sourcing products we feel can offer significant added value to our customer community. Cost-conscious buyers do not have to sacrifice quality or beauty in order to maximize their investment in our products. We are absolutely a viable and cost-effective complement to fresh flowers.”
During 2009, the company has added more road sales representatives around the country and a new showroom in the Boston area. “We now have twenty-eight sales professionals showing our line to customers around the US. And our New England showroom offers customers the opportunity to see our line in a seasonally-designed setting so they can make the right decisions for their needs.”
Tapscott’s Spring/Summer and Autumn/Holiday 2009 wholesale catalogs are available online at www.tapfloral.com or by calling the company toll-free at 1.800.626.1922.
Tapscott’s, located in Owensboro, Kentucky since 1933, is a leading wholesale importer and distributor of permanent floral products and related accessories. Tapscott’s promotes and distributes its products to thousands of customers through seasonal catalogs, a team of independent sales representatives and its website, www.tapfloral.com. The company’s New England showroom is located in Suite 446 (Green) at the Northeast Market Center, Billerica, MA.