Bonita Springs, Fla. – (Oct. 29, 2013) – To provide financial support to dozens of programs, The Rotary Club of Bonita Springs is once again selling poinsettias. The 8” potted poinsettia flower sale has become a popular event and successful fundraiser for the club. Proceeds from the sale go to the Gift of Life program, which assists children with life-saving open-heart surgery, as well as other local and international projects of the club.
“Our poinsettia flowers have received positive reviews from residents of Bonita Springs and surrounding communities,” said Susan Schmitt, chair of the Poinsettia Sales Committee. “Last year, we had individuals and organizations purchasing large quantities of plants to brighten their homes, offices and facilities throughout the holiday season. These have been very popular with churches, residential independent and long-term care facilities, and businesses – especially now with the quantity discounts we’re offering.”
Up to 20 flowers: $16/each
21 – 50 flowers: $15/each
51 – 99 flowers: $14/each
100 flowers+: $13/each
Pre-payment is required. Orders must be received by Friday, Nov. 15, 2013. For orders of 20 plants or more, the poinsettias will be delivered. For orders of fewer than 20, the flowers can be picked up Friday, Nov. 29 and Saturday, Nov. 30 at the Rotary Club of Bonita Spring Christmas Tree Tent in the Sunshine Plaza, at the corner of Highway 41 and Bonita Beach Road.
For more information or to receive an order form, contact Susan Schmitt at 239-287-1087 or email@example.com. The PDF order form also is available on the Rotary club’s website at http://bonitaspringsrotary.org/
The Rotary Club of Bonita Springs is made up of a diverse group of business professionals and civic leaders who take an active role in the communities they serve. The club is part of Rotary International, a service organization with more than 1.2 million members in 200 countries who bring needed humanitarian improvements to some of the most impoverished parts of the world, as well as in local Southwest Florida communities.
For More Information, Contact:
Sandra Scoggins, (239) 961-2130