There's that old saying about how it takes walking a mile in someone else's shoes to know them. But for Google, all it takes is a week of tracking a person's digital and physical footsteps.
Legendary football coach Vince Lombardi was one tough mother. And he liked flowers, as far as anyone knows. So, who better to provide inspirational copy for Teleflora's Mother's Day campaign?
Suffering from writer's block on your Valentine's Day card this year? Teleflora is here to help you master the lost art of letter writing. From now through Feb. 12, the flower delivery brand is offering the Love Note Concierge, a service through which call center representatives will help you craft the perfect sentiment to attach to your bouquet, free of charge.
What is love? Teleflora poses this question at the start of an affecting Valentine's Day film, created by the (aptly named) Wonderful Agency. The work treats us to a two-minute montage featuring folks of various ages, races and sexual orientations cherishing the people they love.
As you read this, Americans are in the process of dropping $1.9 billion on Valentine’s Day flowers—much of it going to buy the 224 million roses grown just for the amorous holiday.
If you've watched her wave a flag for five hours and still need more Adriana Lima, here's her Telefora ad that's airing Sunday on the Super Bowl. Her advice to men for Valentine's Day? Give flowers, get sex in return.