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Edible Launches Sixth Music Collection In Partnership With 80’s Icon Air Supply !

January 21st, 2022

Edible gears up for its busiest holiday of the year, Valentine’s Day with a sweet announcement. The beloved brand is enhancing its FruitFlowers® and Edible Music™ offerings with the launch of rose flower bouquets and a partnership with one of the top bands from the 80’s, Air Supply.

As the world’s leader in the gifts and treats category for 20 plus years with more than 1,000 locations globally, Edible® is constantly innovating to provide its guests with an unmatched gifting category for every holiday – big or small. Valentine’s Day is no exception as the brand taps into one of the top ways to show people love with its rose flower bouquets, made possible thanks to Edible’s partnership with the number one producer of roses in the world which is located in Ecuador, and not to mention the featured artists on the brand’s sixth Edible Music™ album, multi-platinum record holders, Air Supply.

Edible Music is hitting some high notes again this time by partnering with Australian sensations, multi-platinum record holders, and ARIA Hall of Fame members Air Supply. Available now through Valentine’s Day, you can purchase or gift an exclusive digital download of Air Supply’s new album, Love Letters here before it’s available to the general public. This album is special to Edible® because not only was Air Supply named the top band of the 80’s, but the band offers great tunes for all ages making them the perfect “cross generational” music for Edible’s® guests to enjoy. In addition to the digital album, customers will also receive special access to an HD broadcast of Air Supply’s live performance of Love Letters at the Florida Theatre in Jacksonville, FL.

“We are honored to partner with Edible Arrangements this Valentine’s Day to celebrate love, which resonates strongly with our music and fans. We couldn’t imagine a better partner and platform for Love Letters, our live album and virtual concert experience.” – Graham Russell (singer/guitarist).