H.Bloom, the luxury floral subscription service, announced the launch of H.Bloom Hero (http://hbloom.com/hero), a flower service designed to make it easy for guys to step up to the plate on Valentine’s Day and “be the hero” in their relationships. H.Bloom Hero allows guys to set up all of their flower purchases at once with just one online purchase.
H.Bloom Hero allows a man “in the know” to inject new life into his stale relationship on Valentine’s Day and beyond. Guys can now surprise their leading ladies by tackling not only Valentine’s Day, but also their next major relationship event (be it an anniversary, a birthday, or Mother’s Day) with confidence and charm, just like the ultimate comic book hero would. H.Bloom Hero offers the chance to be Hero for a Day or a full-on Superhero with elegant bouquets of fresh flowers delivered to the office to bring home. H.Bloom Hero lends a guy the opportunity to walk through the door with gorgeous flowers in hand, embrace his lady in waiting, and enjoy praise for his thoughtful gesture. He saves the day and becomes the hero.
The Hero for a Day package takes care of the essential Valentine’s Day flowers (guys choose between 18 long-stem red roses and a bountiful bundle of mixed varietals). The Superhero package makes it possible to be the hero again and again, providing the chance to wow her not only on Valentine’s Day, but also on two additional occasions. Guys can bring back the magic for a birthday, an anniversary, or better yet, a random day when least expected (extra brownie points never hurt). Prices start at just $60 including delivery.
H.Bloom’s stunning array of flowers will be delivered to his office beautifully wrapped in kraft paper so the hero can travel home with the bundle in his arms, turning all the women who pass by green with envy. The would-be hero simply must log on to hbloom.com/hero, select the preferred Hero for a Day or Superhero status, enter credit card details, and instantly transform from Clark Kent into Superman. H.Bloom Hero allows him to forget about the stress of last-minute shopping for Valentine’s Day on February 14 while reminding his special someone what swept her off her feet in the first place.