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Press Release: Mayesh Brings Fresh & Innovative Floral Presence to Houston

Press Release: Mayesh Houston


 
April 1, 2016 (Houston, TX)

Mayesh Wholesale Florist announced today that it will open a new wholesale floral distribution business in Houston, Texas on April 11, 2016. The Houston branch will be the 17th wholesale location and first in the state of Texas for Mayesh. Founded in 1978 in Los Angeles, Mayesh is a leading distributor of high quality floral products used by florists and wedding and event specialists all over the United States. The Houston operation will offer a robust fresh inventory of novelty and high end flowers sourced from around the world as well as non-perishable floral supplies.

Mayesh CEO Patrick Dahslon said, “We are thrilled to establish a business in the state of Texas. Getting to Houston, in particular, has long been a goal of our company as we recognize the great number of talented and innovative floral professionals operating here. We are looking forward to supporting this wonderful community and believe the Mayesh passion, energy and commitment to the floral industry will be welcomed in Texas. We can’t wait to start doing business in Houston!”

The new Mayesh branch is located at 470 Garden Oaks Boulevard, in Houston and will be led by the recent manager of the Mayesh Las Vegas branch, Jonahs Kneitly. The first day of business will be April 11 and the Grand Opening celebration is scheduled for April 19. Here are the details:

 

Press Release: Mayesh Houston

Industry 1st: Mayesh Celebrates 1 Million YouTube Views

Celebrating 1,000,000 Views on Mayesh's YouTube Channel

Mayesh Wholesale Florist is the first in its industry to hit 1,000,000 YouTube video views! Being on the forefront of video aligns well with the basic principles of the Mayesh brand – fresh, innovative and community-oriented.

The success of our YouTube channel can be greatly attributed to Mayesh’s Design Stars – Mandy Majerik AIFD, Jodi Duncan AIFD, and Beth O’Reilly AIFD TMF – along with the Floral Perspective video series designers – Tony Medlock AIFD and Patience Pickner AIFD PFCI – with views totaling nearly 850,000. Beyond our flower design videos, many Mayesh employees have contributed to our educational product showcase videos helping to distribute our knowledge of flowers.

We share our message in as many ways as possible to ensure maximum distribution, and it is clear that video is a winning medium for us to convey the beauty of our products and inspire design ideas amongst our clients in such a visual industry. Without a clue on whether or not our Mayesh Design Stars’ flower design videos would have any traction, we launched our first video featuring Mandy’s large party entrance floral designs in January 2012. Fast forward 3.5 years, 137,000 views on that one video, and two more design stars later, and I would say that our little idea has turned into a million view success! A huge thank you to our channel subscribers and community who watch our videos each month!  This video is for you:

Press Release: Mayesh Wholesale Florist, Inc. Acquires Portland-Based Billingsley Wholesale Florist

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

On Friday, March 14, 2014, Mayesh Wholesale Florist of Los Angeles, CA and Billingsley Wholesale Florist of Portland, Oregon announced that Mayesh will acquire the business operations and certain assets of Billingsley, effective March 31, 2014. The Portland unit will begin operating under the Mayesh name on March 31 and will be its 17th branch.

“Billingsley has long been recognized as a terrific operation with a passion for quality flowers and great customer service,” said Pat Dahlson, CEO of Mayesh. “We are absolutely thrilled to partner with the Eichorn and Billingsley families in this transition and believe that the culture and values of our two companies are aligned and a great fit with one another. We are anticipating a smooth transition and look forward to working with the Billingsley ownership, management and employees in the coming months to ensure a successful integration.”

Joe Eichorn of Billingsley commented, “I am very pleased to welcome Mayesh to the Portland market. Mayesh brings an exciting blend of new ideas and product lines that will impact our Portland market in a very positive way. Their passion for the industry and commitment to excellence make this transition an amazing fit and we are confident that our customers will continue to enjoy superb service and exemplary product.”

For more information about Mayesh Wholesale Florist, please visit www.mayesh.com.

Press Release: Mayesh Wholesale Florist Announces Oxnard Branch

Los Angeles, October 2013

Mayesh Wholesale Florist, Inc. announced the opening of a new branch located in Oxnard, California at 2420 Celsius Avenue, Suite F/G. Mayesh CEO Patrick Dahlson said that the Oxnard branch will become the sixteenth location for the company, which operates floral distribution facilities in seven states.

The Oxnard facility will allow Mayesh to better serve customers in the surrounding region and will also enhance the supply chain and logistics capabilities of the company, as the Carpinteria flower growing area continues to provide Mayesh with an important source of fresh cut flowers.

“Our Oxnard location will expand our reach as a local wholesale florist, but it is also a strategic location for the whole company that will benefit our entire customer base”, said Dahlson.

Mayesh will host its Oxnard branch’s grand opening on November 5, 2013 from 7 am to 8 pm. The opening event will offer an all-day open house, continental breakfast from 7 am to 10 am, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres from 5 pm to 8 pm, a design demonstration by a 2014 Mayesh Design Star Finalists, Tony Medlock AIFD, at 6 pm, an iPad raffle, and a same-day discount for customers. Contact Jan Dahlson and Cindy Castaneda regarding Oxnard Mayesh at oxnard@mayesh.com or 805-485-0311.

For more information about Mayesh Wholesale Florist, please visit www.mayesh.com.

 

 

Mayesh Wholesale Florist Announces Solar Energy Project at Its Largest Facility

 

“Going green”, “eco-friendly”,  and “carbon footprint” are all very popular phrases right now in all aspects of our life.  The floral industry, in particular, often times is scrutinized for its environmental practices and issues.  Mayesh Wholesale Florist is aware of the issues and have made some changes  – in lighting choices and recycling for example –  to help the environment.  Today, however, I’m so excited to share with you our current solar energy project that will be implemented at our largest and most integral facility, as it is our main distribution center.  I will surely share the progress of this super carbon-reducing project, so stay tuned for more info and pictures!

Read on for the official press release!

 

PRESS RELEASE

 

Los Angeles, July 2013

Mayesh Wholesale Florist, Inc. has signed an agreement to build a solar energy project at its 42,000 square foot refrigerated facility in Riverside, California. The project will generate 210,280 KwH of power in the first year and will dramatically reduce energy consumption and electricity cost for the distributor of fresh cut flowers.

CEO Patrick Dahlson said, “We participate in an industry which is increasingly concerned with environmental issues. As such, it is incumbent on us to be a good corporate citizen. Our solar project in Riverside is good for Mayesh, good for the environment and we are happy to be able to make this investment.”

Mayesh operates 15 distribution facilities in seven states and supplies fresh cut flowers to retail florists and event companies in all 50 states. The Riverside solar project will be operational by the fourth quarter of 2013 and is the first of what Mayesh expects to be several similar projects to help reduce its carbon footprint.

For more information about Mayesh Wholesale Florist, please visitwww.mayesh.com.

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