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Rodi Groot and Cindy Stetzel of Sun Valley Group. Emilla Alvarez and Cynthia Neira of Flower Village. Ricardo Jaramillo and Monica Tamayo of Skyflower. Juan Carlos Kalytta and Pamela Martinez of Rosadex. Robin Daniels of Flowers General with Joe Ferrara and Flo Campos of Holex USA. Joey Maldonado and Cathy McClintock or Kendall Farms. Steve Dionne and Chris Johnson of CalFlowers. Corrine Heck of Details Flowers Software. Juan Esteban Uribe, Carolina Sanzhez and Juan Camilo Valencia Perez of Valley Springs. Derek Dusharm of J.A. Flower Service with Monica Madera of Stellar Farms. Fernando Canzani and Adam Mace of Komet Sales. Danny Dueso, Walkiria Torres and Cecil Brown of Royal Flowers. Diego Cevallos of Josarflor. Jorge Constain and Vicky Martinez of Choice Farms with Joaquin Tamayo of J&G Specialty Crops and Alejandro Perez of Komet Sales. Danny Delvalle and Alfredo Herrera of Multiflora with Kayellen Inskip, Connie Hill and Terry Dober of Mears Floral Products. Pamela Salgato and Paulina Malo with Ecoroses. Denise Mosquera and Ivan Salazar of Naranjo Roses. Cristina Alvarez, Laura Osorio and Carolina Pelaez of Liberty Blooms. Marcie Cruz, Beth Moya, Lorena Fernandez, and Rodrigo Leiva of Esmeralda Farms. Tyler and Mitch Hirota with Wafex USA. Oscar Fernandez, Jesus Gomez, Maya Sagastume, and Heather Rogers of Equiflor. Carolina Mojena and Richard Brittingham of Sunburst Farms. Josh Wesner, Derick Townsend, Jessica Kegerreis, Mike Tuttle and Derek Woodruff of Syndicate Sales. Luis Gonzalez and Wally Herrera with Melody Farms. Bob Mills, Laura Rich, and Karen Oie of Smithers Oasis. Hugo Castro, Howi Restrepo, and Nick Burbano with Sun Rite Farms. Andrea Lanza and Fred Zinobile of Fresca Farms. Brian Boals of FloraCraft with Darin Dewberry and Kenny Hopkins of Pete Garcia Co. Isa Pasquel and Fawad Siddiqui of Fresh Supply Connection. Tatiana Davila and Jose Davalos of Florisol. Gabriela Villacis and Tanya Yepez of Flores Equinocciales.

Floral industry gathers in Miami

By
Adam Campbell, digital publisher

Members of the floral industry gathered for the annual WFFSA Floral Distribution Conference in Miami. The three day expo was well attended and showcased some of the best floral shippers in the industry. Among the many highlights, executive president of Asocoflores Augusto Solano was presented with the LTK Distinguished Service Award and Gabriel Becerra of Golden Flowers was elected as president of WFFSA. The conference is the first large-scale event for the floral industry since the pandemic hit, and attendees exemplified this year's theme in every way: Stronger together, better than ever.

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