Ottawa, Canada, September 17, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Bloomex Canada is very pleased to announce its extended partnership with Canada Running Series for the fall of 2016. As part of their partnership, Bloomex will provide race winner bouquets, flower arrangements for the venue and gift baskets for winners, donors and supporters of the Series.
Canada Running Series fall race events include the Vancouver Eastside 10K on September 17, and the Oasis Zoo Run on September 24. These fun events will be followed by the largest marathon in Canada, the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon on October 16. This marathon celebrates 27 years of running this year, and will see approximately 26,000 runners both amateur and elite arrive in Toronto for the races while raising over $3.5 million for local charities.
"Bloomex is proud to continue its support for Canada Running Series,” says Mark Camphaug, Director of Marketing at Bloomex Canada. “Running is an accessible and fun sport that boosts the health of Canadians. The CRS events help support hundreds of Canadian charities and Bloomex is glad to contribute to an enjoyable race environment to benefit these excellent causes.”
“We're delighted to welcome Bloomex back to the Canada Running Series community and the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon,” says Race Director Alan Brookes.“Bloomex flowers & gift baskets perfectly complement the feelings of joy, achievement and celebration that so many runners experience on race day!”
Bloomex is the largest florist in Canada. Orders are taken and processed through the company’s site at www.bloomex.ca or by phone, and then delivered to customers via local courier. In addition to flowers, Bloomex offers a variety of other gift items including plants, gift baskets, gourmet foods, sweets and treats, balloons and other items. The company serves Canada, the US, and Australia.
Canada Running Series [CRS] is passionately committed to building community through running. As the nation's premier running circuit with 8 events across the country, CRS annually attracts 60,000 participants and raises more than $5 million for some 250 mostly-local charities.