Admininistrative Professionals Week is this week!!

Once called Secretaries Week, the holiday was first created in 1952 by Mary Barrett, president of the National Secretaries Association, now called International Association of Administrative Professionals, and C. King Woodbridge, president of Dictaphone Corporation, as a way to commemorate “the secretary, upon whose skills, loyalty, and efficiency the functions of business and government offices depend,” and to call attention “through favorable publicity, to the tremendous potential of the secretarial career.”

Today there are more than 4 million secretaries, administrative assistants and office managers who work in the United States. Show your gratitude and honor those who get the job done! We have a stunning selection of different floral arrangements and gift baskets that are sure to express your unlimited appreciation.