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Stumped for Valentine’s? Ask the LoveBot

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The LoveBot is an offspring of the folks from TiMMi, a Leipzig delivery service LeipGlo really likes. This bot is pretty cool, especially if you’re busy and/or don’t feel like doing much browsing for Valentine’s Day. You just need to press some keys.

You connect with the LoveBot on Facebook, and it shows you what you already know, deep inside: You can’t really go wrong with flowers on 14 Feb. But sometimes, to take that step, you need a little help. The LoveBot will do that for you. It will give you options for which flowers to pick. Then, environmentally conscious TiMMi will deliver them for you anywhere in Leipzig.

The TiMMi LoveBot, bicycles and flowers will spread the joy to your loved ones on V-Day Tuesday.

You can also get flowers delivered to yourself and give them personally to your beloved.
You can also get flowers delivered to yourself and give them personally to your beloved.

It’s very easy and takes literally only a couple of minutes. Visit the TiMMi LoveBot on Facebook and send it a message. You have to speak with it in German, but it should be ok (when in doubt, copy and paste the bot talk into Google Translate).

If you're chatting on Facebook anyway, why not take a couple minutes to share the love through TiMMi?
If you’re chatting on Facebook anyway, why not take a couple minutes to share the love through TiMMi?

To start with, it will ask you if you’d like to help it share the love on Valentine’s Day. Answer with, “Ja, klar!” It will then let you choose between an assorted bouquet or a red rose/roses (just click on the arrow, and then the answer buttons).

Once you’ve chosen the perfect bunch of flowers for your loved one and agreed on an amount, the LoveBot will ask you a few follow-up questions – quite straight forward – such as, What’s the recipient’s address? When should the delivery take place? What’s your contact info? 

As for how to get in touch with the TiMMi team handling the flower delivery: If you have any questions or would rather order via telephone (in English also), call them at 0341 39294379. And remember… they deliver all sorts of other stuff, too. Have a look at their website.


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