Oasis floral products announced as main sponsor for Interflora World Cup UK

Oasis® Floral Products will be one of the main sponsors at this year’s Interflora World Cup. This year’s event will be hosted in Manchester Central Convention Complex, which takes place 7th – 9th September and is predicted to welcome over 12,000 visitors both trade and consumer.

“It is the first time the Interflora World Cup has ever been hosted in the UK,” said Ant Hart, Marketing and Sales Director for Oasis Floral Products UK, “so we just had to get involved and are proud to be main sponsors.”

This year is said to become a extra special editoin, not only because it is being hosted in the UK but also Interflora are celebrating their 100-year anniversary.

“We support the floral industry whenever and wherever we can,” said Ant, “as part of our sponsorship package we will be supplying tool kits for the floristry workshops and student competitions as well as having a stand in the Village Green. We are planning something special, so please come and say hello.”

Oasis Floral Products stand can be found within the Village Green, where they will be showcasing Oasis Floral Products and FloraLife together with several floral designs. There will also be a friendly team available on the stand, to answer any questions about the products or to chat about anything and everything floral related.

Nick Priest, Director of Floristry Services at Interflora states, “We are delighted to have Oasis Floral Products as one of our main event sponsors of the Interflora World Cup. They’ll be providing top of the range kit for the competitors and consumer workshops and will play an instrumental part in helping us bring this incredible floristry event to life”.

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