Floral Supply Syndicate Hosts Event-in-Event
“At a grand opening store event in Houston, a design show highlighted floral trends.”
Known worldwide as a leading wholesale distributor for the floral industry, Floral Supply Syndicate (FSS) recently hosted “Designing the Trend Tour,” a design show that allowed the company’s event planning expertise to bloom as well. The design show was included as part of a larger grand opening event for Floral Supply Syndicate’s newest location in Houston, Texas. The event was sponsored by vendors for FSS, all of who set up displays at the grand opening event.
The ticketed design show event featured Joyce Mason-Monheim, AIFD, AAF, PFCI, AzMF, along with a catered meal and swag bags of new items for all attendees. For many of the attendees, the grand opening consisted of shopping and a chance to meet many of the event’s vendors/sponsors. The impressive turnout paled only in comparison to the beautiful flowers provided for the show by Mayesh Wholesale Florist in Houston. FSS Houston Store Manager Robert Ruiz and Assistant Manager Jon Gaitor, both long-term associates with FSS, created the event, which was promoted by the Houston Mayesh team.
Founded in 1939 and family-owned and operated since, Floral Supply Syndicate features a complete line of floral supplies, as well as an extensive product line of craft and decorative merchandise and holiday specialty items. FSS’s Houston store brings the company’s count to 19 convenient locations throughout the U.S., offering online, phone or facsimile ordering, as well as local delivery to area businesses.
Floral Supply Syndicate’s customers represent a wide range of professions within the floral, event planning, balloon and giftware industries. To ensure all their needs are met, FSS offers both an online and printed catalog of current products, which can be found at fss.com
Floral Supply Syndicate is an Industry Partner of the American Institute of Floral Designers (AIFD) and a member of the Wholesale Florist and Florist Supplier Association (WF&FSA) and the Texas State Florists’ Association (TSFA).