TELEFLORA AND THE ROBERTSONS, AMERICA'S FAVORITE FAMILY, DUCK THE HALLS THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
Make it a Merry Quack-mas with a Festive Teleflora Floral Bouquet
and Robertson Family Music
LOS ANGELES - (Nov. 13, 2013) - From gift-giving and family dinners, to decorating and singing Christmas carols, family traditions play a key role in bringing the holiday spirit to life. This season, Teleflora is "ducking the halls" with the quack-tacular, bearded, bayou-dwelling Robertson family [of Duck Dynasty fame] in celebration of the release of their first Christmas album entitled "Duck the Halls - A Robertson Family Christmas." Teleflora is gifting Robertson fans with a 2-for-1 holiday treat – Teleflora’s festive holiday florals combined with the family's duck-tastic Cajun spin on carol classics. As an extra bonus, enthusiasts can also enter to win one of three opportunities to set sail with the entire Robertson family on the highly anticipated Duck Commander cruise next summer.
"Giving and receiving a beautiful bouquet, combined with the holiday fun of the Duck the Halls music, is the perfect way to spread holiday cheer to loved ones near and far," said Tracey Moses, chief marketing officer, Teleflora. "We are thrilled to partner with the Robertson family, who enjoy celebrating the holidays with their joyful family Christmas traditions."
Starting "Quack Friday," November 29, consumers can receive free digital music downloads from the album "Duck the Halls - A Robertson Family Christmas" with the purchase of a Teleflora holiday bouquet hand-picked by one of three Robertson couples including: Willie and Korie, Jase and Missy, and Jep and Jessica.
"Having fresh, festive flowers in our home and on our dinner table during the holidays really helps brings the season to life," said Willie and Korie Robertson. “We are so excited to partner with Teleflora this Christmas to 'duck' our holiday halls with festive holiday arrangements."
The three couples' favorite Teleflora holiday bouquets include:
Teleflora’s Holiday Flair Centerpiece ($64.95) – Willie and Korie are donning their yuletide table with Teleflora's Holiday Flair Centerpiece. This hand-blown glass bowl filled with red roses is a great way to "Duck the Halls" for the whole family.
Teleflora’s Jeweled Ornament ($52.95) – Jase and Missy love celebrating the season by decorating their home with fresh blooms. Teleflora's Jeweled Ornament Bouquet, featuring red roses is their go-to choice for adding festive flair to the season.
Teleflora’s Send a Hug® Cuddle Bears Bouquet ($49.95) – Jep and Jessica are sending warm bear hugs to their friends and family during the holidays. This irresistibly sweet, limited-edition, polar bear vase is bursting with red and white florals and lets their loved ones know that they are close to their hearts.
Launching on "Quack Friday" is the exciting sweepstakes where Teleflora's Facebook fans can enter to win one of three cabins aboard next summer’s Duck Commander Cruise to the Caribbean and Teleflora flowers for a year - plus dozens of quack-tastic daily prizes. Go to Teleflora.com (www.teleflora.com/duckthehalls) or "like" Teleflora's Facebook page and enter from now until December 24.
To add to the festive holiday fun, you can wish your family and friends a merry Quack-mas with one of Teleflora's "Jingle Beards" musical e-cards. You can make the Robertsons a part of your
holiday card by uploading a photo and "ducking" it out with beards, bandanas, Robertson
family members, music and more. E-cards can be shared through email and social media. And look for Teleflora's brand new holiday commercial featuring the Robertsons' Family Christmas album title track, "Duck the Halls," to begin airing nationally the second week in December.
Teleflora is the world's leading flower delivery service connecting customers with the nation's best local florists for more than 75 years. All of Teleflora's flower arrangements are artistically arranged and hand-delivered in keepsake vases using only the freshest flowers available through its member florist network. Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, Teleflora has over 15,000 member florists throughout the U.S. and Canada, with an additional 20,000 affiliated florists outside North America. Through its extensive member florist network, Web sites including www.teleflora.com and www.findaflorist.com, and its toll-free line 1-800-TELEFLORA, the company offers consumers fast, convenient and high-quality flowers and keepsake products.
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About The Duck Commander
Duck Commander is a family-owned and operated business that was established in 1971 by Phil Robertson and based in West Monroe, Louisiana. What once began as a duck call centered company has grown into a multi-million dollar empire with Phil's four sons, Willie, Jase, Jep, and Alan, and their wives at the helm. Duck Commander products, which now include much more than just duck calls, have been sold in all fifty states and in several countries and encompasses lifestyle brands including Duck Commander duck-hunting merchandise, Buck Commander deer-hunting merchandise, Duck Girl apparel, Duck Commander Wine, and more. Each of the Duck Commander brands was created with a focus on bringing family together. It is their motto of faith, family, and ducks that has resonated with fans at their speaking engagements and on the No. 1 cable show "Duck Dynasty." Their perseverance, business savvy and knack for storytelling also landed them at the top of the New York Times' Best Sellers list three times with titles "The Duck Commander Family," "Happy, Happy, Happy: My Life and Legacy as the Duck Commander," and "Si-cology." The family recently celebrated a No. 1 debut with their first venture into music with the holiday album Duck The Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas. For more information, please visit www.duckcommander.com.