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Our 5 Top Sellers for Administrative Professionals Week!

Over the years Administrative Professionals Week has become one of the largest workplace observances. The holiday is celebrated worldwide by recognizing support staff with gifts. It's always fun to see what arrangements are the most popular! Here are our top 5 best sellers!

#1 ~ Because You are Special
Pick a day - any day - to tell someone how special they are to you. Send them this exuberant, brightly colored bouquet of orange Gerbera daisies, yellow poms, hot pink mini carnations, and vivid green button poms in a sleek, beaded green glass vase. Guaranteed to bring a smile! Code BDY, $54.99 
Birthdays. Congratulations. A quick pick-me-up. Celebrate any occasion with our colorful bouquet of bright, fresh flowers such as carnations, daisy poms, monte casino and more, and let her know they deserves a day that's all about them. Code MMF030, $44.99
Inspired by the hottest colors to hit the runway, this beautiful bouquet shows off its stylish side, filled with a feminine mix of roses and carnations in shades of pink, peach and cream. A trendy burlap cube completes the package. Code MMF168, $59.99 
Living green plants arranged in a square moss planter accented with curly willow and burlap ribbon. The perfect gift for an occasion and really brings the outdoors in. Code MMJ004 $49.99 
If all the little things she does makes you smile, return the favor with this romantic arrangement. A mix of lavender roses, Cymbidium orchids tulips and mini hydrangeas is artistically designed with accents of lily grass and tropical leaves inside a sleek glass cylinder vase to keep you on her mind, always. Code MMF120, $79.99 
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