Floward unveils Fifa World Cup Qatar official licenced products collection

Floward has been appointed as an official Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022 license, making it the first ever company to be awarded this license in the flower industry.

Floward made the announcement at an extravagant event held at The Ritz Carlton Doha. Excitement electrified the attendees when the officially licensed product line was unveiled.

The event was attended by different officials, dignitaries, celebrities, and football legends, including Ricardo Kaká, David Villa, Didier Drogba, Iker Casillas, coach and former player John Terry, and Qatar’s own Khalfan Ibrahim Khalfan.

The Official Licensed Products line includes exclusively designed premium arrangements embossed with the Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022 official emblem.

The main star of the show was the golden football vase, revealed as the lotus-shaped pedestal unfurled. While all items in the product line will be available on Floward’s website and app, the golden football vase will be put up for auction at a later date. Further details are to be announced soon.

Floward Chairman and CEO Abdulaziz B. Al Loughani said, “We are proud to be the first in our industry to get this license from Fifa and be involved in an event with the magnitude of the Fifa World Cup. We pride ourselves on always being active in our communities and taking part in their events and celebrations. We would also like to congratulate Qatar on this amazing achievement of being the first ever Arab country to host the largest global sporting event; and we thank the Qatari government for the support they always give us and wish them all the success in hosting this event.” 

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