Bloomex Sponsors 2019 Skate Canada International in Kelowna
Bloomex will design and provide the bouquets for all medalists in a mix of autumn colours. The company will also provide floral arrangements for enhancing the venue, hotel bouquets to help welcome guests, as well as gift baskets and gift cards. Bloomex is also donating teddy bears for local school children in a "Pass the Bear" event during the weekend.
The Skate Canada International is a senior-level, invitation only competition and is the second competition in the annual ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating series. The inaugural Skate Canada International was held in 1973 in Calgary and the event was added to the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating in 1995, the year the series began. Kelowna will host the 46th installment of Skate Canada International. This is their second time hosting the event after previously hosting in 2014.
"Bloomex is delighted to continue as official florist of Skate Canada and Skate Canada International,"
"As the official florist for Skate Canada, Bloomex provides an extra level of detail to our events. We are thrilled to be working once again with Bloomex at Skate Canada International in Kelowna," said Debra Armstrong, CEO, Skate Canada. "Bloomex creates stunning bouquets and floral arrangements and ensures us quality and consistency at all our events. We are looking forward to showcasing their beautiful arrangements once again this season."
Bloomex is the largest florist in Canada. Orders are taken and processed through the company's site at www.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.
About Skate Canada
A not-for-profit organization, Skate Canada is the oldest and largest figure skating organization in the world and is recognized by the Government of Canada and the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) as the governing body for the sport of figure skating in Canada. Skate Canada is also the largest learn-to-skate teaching organization in Canada, dedicated to creating a nation of skaters both recreationally and competitively. Each year, the learn-to-skate and skill-development programs help more than 130,000 skaters hone their on-ice skills.