Ecuador Rose Deadline


The Ecuador rose deadline for Christmas Ecuador roses is noon EST today December 15, 2009.

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Here is an Ecuador Rose Bowl.

You can order New Year roses for another week.

Merri and I love our Ecuador roses when they are fresh. Here are some in our dining room.

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We use several Ecuador rose tricks to get the most, longest, bang out of their beauty as well.

Here are two longevity tips for your roses from Ecuador.

Ecuador Rose Tip #1: Once the roses begin to sag (usually seven to nine days when properly cared for), in North Carolina, I hang them upside down and let them dry.

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Here are some Ecuador roses drying in our kitchen. They are a wonderful decoration while drying and…

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the dried Ecuador roses make excellent dried rose bouquets… like these two bouquets of Ecuador roses at the entrance of our home.

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Ecuador Rose Tip #2: In Florida, where the humidity makes it harder to dry our Ecuador roses, I create Ecuadorian rose bowls!

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I simply pull off the heads off the limp Ecuador roses and arrange them in a bowl. They look great decorating our kitchen counter or dining room table… like this.
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Our Ecuador rose supplier has extended the deadline until noon today December 15, to order Christmas roses from Ecuador.

You can order New Year roses from Ecuador for another week.

Our Ecuador flower supplier just sent me this note.

Gary, I have extended the deadline for Christmas roses to noon Eastern Standard Time December 15, 2009.

We can accept orders for New Year roses delivered next Tuesday December 29, 2009 up to noon Eastern Standard Time, Tuesday December 22, 2009.

There are three ways to obtain 50 fresh cut roses.

One. We provide a service called Ecuador Living to assist those with a genuine and immediate interest in Ecuador. This service shares our continual research and experiences in global business, living and investing in Ecuador plus our contacts. We feel the service is a bargain at $119 a year.  If you already subscribe you can take this choice and add two years to your subscription.

If you subscribe for two years, I’ll reduce the price from $238 to $159 and also send you 50 fresh cut, premium roses FREE.

Fedex will deliver the Ecuador roses directly to you from Ecuador.  Open them. If you are not satisfied that these are truly remarkable roses, give them back to the Fedex driver and let me know. I’ll give you a full $159 refund.

To assure the refund, your address must be correct and you must inspect the flowers with Fedex when they are delivered. If you are not satisfied, the roses must be returned at the time of delivery.   You must assure that someone is at the receiving address who is available to inspect and sign for the roses to assure the guarantee.

Subscribe to two years of Ecuador Living.  Save $79 plus receive 50 roses free.

If you do not have a great interest in Ecuador but just want these incredible, fresh roses. Simply buy them for $79 for 50 fresh cut roses including delivery by Fedex. ($10 surcharge for red & white roses).

This is not a deal that helps my pocketbook.  We are paying $60 ($70 for red  white roses) to deliver these roses to you. We donate $20 to the charity. We pay my credit card discount. At the $79 price ($89 for red & white), I lose two or three dollars for each 50 roses shipped.  That’s okay…the cause is worthy.  Merri and I will share the joy of the gifts you help make…Christmas gifts for poor children in Ecuador.

You can order the 50 fresh cut roses for $79 ($20 is donated to help Ecuador’s poor) here.

You can order 50 red and white fresh cut roses for $89 ($20 is donated to help Ecuador’s poor) here.

Gary

Learn more, including terms and conditions, about Ecuador Roses here.



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