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Tackett Floral Supply Launches New Website

PIKEVILLE, KY -- (Marketwired) -- 08/11/14 -- Tackett Floral Supply announces the launch of their new website as part of the company's growing floral supply business. Located in Pikeville, KY., Tackett Floral Supply has been operating their physical location for more than six years. The new company website has been added to expand Tackett's well-established business onto the Internet and to reach a larger client base in and around the greater southeastern region of the U.S.

"We've always had strong demand for our products from outside the greater Pikeville area. Now, with our new website we are better able to serve all of our clients whether they be in Kentucky or in any other part of the U.S.," said Paul Tackett, owner of Tackett Floral Supply.

The new company website, Tfloral.com, is a full-service online shopping outlet featuring a wide array of floral supplies and accessories. From silk flowers, ribbons and holiday items to floral accessories and special occasion items, visitors to the new website will find everything they'll need to create any floral design or decoration. The shopping cart featured on the site makes for quick and convenient checkout for every item purchased and the company will ship their products to virtually any address in the U.S.

Tackett Floral Supply's brick and mortar store started with a vision to serve the local floral industry. Now they are growing and are able to offer their product line to a larger audience at everyday low prices. "We are continually expanding our line of products and have a large selection of high quality silk flowers, ribbons, burlap, and Christmas items at low prices," added Tackett.

Tackett's provides floral supplies for both wholesale and retail clients, all of whom will find many convenient features on the new site. Customers can create their own online account, purchase gift certificates and submit their wish lists to Tackett's. They can also check the company's blog for the latest news and information about the company and the floral supply industry.

About Tackett Floral Supply and Tfloral.com: Tackett Floral Supply is a Pikeville, KY floral supply business. The company has been in business for over six years. The company's new website, Tfloral.com, was recently launched to expand their business onto the Internet and to reach a wider audience throughout the U.S. They specialize in silk flowers, ribbons, holiday items and much more. Tackett's will ship all items to virtually any location in the U.S. and most items are returnable within 10 days of delivery.

For more information about Tackett's Floral Supply and Tfloral.com visit the company website or call 606-639-9400.

Paul Tackett
Owner
Tackett Floral Supply
8006 US Highway 23 South
Pikeville, KY 41501
Email: Email Contact
Phone Number: 606-639-9400
URL: www.tfloral.com

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