Bloomex Canada Partners with OTA as Title Sponsor of Bloomex Cup
Bloomex, Canada's Official Florist was founded in 2005 and is now the largest florist in the nation by both revenue and volume. The company helps sponsor many sports including Skate Canada in its role as that organization's Official Florist. Bloomex has supported other tennis events including as an official sponsor for two Davis Cup ties, two Fed Cups in Montreal, and supplied flowers for the Daniel Nestor retirement event during Rogers Cup 2018.
"We are very pleased to sponsor sports across Canada from community to national levels," says Sue McDonald, Bloomex Director of PR and Corporate Partnerships. "Youth sports are especially important and the Bloomex Cup is a wonderful way to support young athletes in the very popular sport of tennis. Bloomex is delighted to become title sponsor as well as official florist of the OTA."
"I couldn't be happier to welcome Bloomex Canada to the OTA family, as title sponsor of the Bloomex Cup in Ottawa!" states Jim Boyce, Executive Director of the OTA. "Their support of this significant event and of tennis in general, is extremely important to us, and to the many young players across the province and country who aspire to be the next Milos, Felix, Bianca or Denis. We could not provide a tournament structure or venues for the best young players in the country to compete without the support of people like Bloomex Canada."
Bloomex is the largest florist in Canada. Orders are taken and processed through the company's site at Bloomex.ca or by phone, and then delivered to customers via local courier. In addition to flowers, Bloomex offers a variety of other gift items including plants, gift baskets, gourmet foods, sweets and treats, balloons and other items. The company serves Canada, the US, and Australia.
The Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) is the provincial sport governing body for tennis in Ontario and has roots dating back to 1890. It is a non-profit organization, and the largest provincial tennis association in Canada, boasting 241 clubs and 65,000 adult and child tennis players. The two basic aims of the OTA are to encourage participation in the sport of tennis in Ontario and to provide a structure of services which will assist players to reach a level of competence consistent with their personal goals and abilities. The strength of the OTA is seen in both its sheer numbers and exposure to every corner of the province, and for the creation and maintenance of an atmosphere of unlimited tennis opportunities for players of all levels, from grassroots to national calibre athletes.
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