Three Village Flower Shoppe Announces Redesigned Web Site

Setauket, NY (PressExposure) April 28, 2009 -- Three Village Flower Shoppe, a local florist in Setauket, NY, is pleased to announce its newly redesigned Web site. The new Web site is located at , and features improved navigation, a secure shopping environment, and exceptional photos of available flowers and floral arrangements.

"I'm really pleased with the new Web site," says Chin Lee, owner of Three Village Flower Shoppe. Customers want a great shopping experience, whether they come to the store or visit on the Web. "This sets us apart from other Long Island florists and really emphasizes the beautiful work we do." The Web site provides large, full-color photographs of the arrangements, prices and delivery information, along with a toll-free number that customers can use to talk to Three Village Flower Shoppe staff directly.

Three Village Flower Shoppe does not charge additional fees for on online flower purchases. "Until now, online flower ordering has been a very expensive proposition for the buyer," says Lee. "Online floral vendors simply take orders and mark up the price of the arrangement. We provide excellent value and service online at a lower cost than the national chains do."

Three Village Flower Shoppe has provided expert flower delivery on Long Island since 1959 and enjoys an excellent reputation for customer service. "Ordering flowers online has never been easier, and we stand behind every flower we sell," says Lee. "There's a certain amount of trust that goes into sending flowers online, and we work hard to make sure our clients aren't ever disappointed, whether they shop in the store or on the Web site."


Three Village Flower Shoppe is located at 220 Main Street in Setauket, and provides free delivery service to local destinations on Long Island. Three Village Flower Shoppe is a locally owned, family-operated business and has served Nassau County and Suffolk County since 1959.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 28, 2009 at 2:21 am
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