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Macy's Flower Show tradition lives on


NEW YORK Macy's announced today that for the first in the history of the Macy's Flower Show, the company will be holding simultaneous shows in New York, San Francisco, Chicago and Minneapolis. The first show was held in California in 1946 as a fragrance promotion event.

"This is truly a remarkable year in Macy's Flower Show history," said Robin Hall, senior vp of Macy's Entertainment Group. "For the first time, Macy's Flower Shows from coast-to-coast are being staged at the same time and have thematic elements that tie them together creatively."

According to a company press release the shows will be held at the four locations throughout the month, each with its own distinct theme and special guests. The Macy's in San Francisco's Union Square, for example, will have a Spanish theme and will feature a cooking demonstration by chef Tyler Florence. In similar fashion, the show at Macy's Herald Square in New York will showcase exotic trees and plants and feature an appearance by Martha Stewart.

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