Join me and join the FAR today! By joining you’ll be supporting this wonderful industry that supports you. Times are challenging! Now more than ever we need to embrace the education, networking, and money saving program’s that our association has to offer. There are so many reasons to be a member, here are just a few:
→ Consumer Awareness - Answering the questions, why should I buy flowers from a professional florist and how do I maximize my dollars spent?
→ “Find A Florist”- Members linked to www.floralassociationoftherockies.org. We are driving orders to member’s businesses 24/7/365. Powered by Google Maps / Keeping your company info current with Google!
→ Rock Mountain Cup
→ Bridal Bouquet Competition
→ Certified Florist (CF)/ Certified Professional Florist - Nationally recognized, professional brand
→ Scholarships- Over $1250 awarded in 2016. Download application at
→ Insurance Savings - SAVE $$$$ on Workman's Comp, Business, Auto, Personal & lines of insurance.
→ Unmatched Credit Card Processing rates.
→ MEMBERS ONLY – Special, discounted pricing on all events.
Belonging to FAR supports our industry by giving us a unified voice in government affairs, the strength of networking with fellow floral professionals, and beneficial representation in the media.
Sherrilyn Roundy, CFD, CPF
Pink Floral and Events, LLC
Please determine whether you qualify to join as an Active or an Associate member.
Active Member Requirements:
An Active member must be a registered, established business operating in the floral industry.
Active members are eligible to vote for elected FAR representatives, use all FAR services, receive member pricing on all Association functions, and receive all mailings.
Associate Membership Requirements:
An Associate Membership may be held by students or teachers of floriculture and ornamental horticulture, or by any individual working for an Active FAR member.
Associate members receive member pricing on all Association functions and receive all mailings, but are NOT eligible to vote or hold elective office in the association.