Today, Doctor Aromas serves more than 250 high-end condominium buildings in Miami-Dade County, as well as about 2,000 homes and retail stores. Among its clients are seven Trump towers in Sunny Isles Beach, many of the buildings on Brickell Key, and condos in Naples, West Palm Beach, Atlanta and Dallas, said Violeta Horne.
The company has grown along with the industry, she said. The products are sold from Doctor Aroma’s showroom, online and at home shows.
In 2013, the company was named one of the 12 most innovative products by ISSA (International Sanitary Supplies Association), competing with products from companies like Clorox, Rubbermaid, P&G and others.
This year, Doctor Aromas was approved as a “National Preferred Vendor” for FirstService Residential, which manages about 6,000 condo buildings across the United States.
Most recently, at the end of June, the company began placing its aromatherapy product at the sales center for Brickell City Centre. “Our expectiation is to be an invisible force in that incredible project,” Horne said.
“People really enjoy having our scents in their home, and that is helping us grow the residential side of our business, by word of mouth,” she said. “We offer a system that is available to anyone. It doesn’t have to be an expensive or sophisticated system in order to scent your home with a quality product.”
• Opening kiosks in Miami-Dade shopping malls;
• Naming distributors in different cities in Florida and around the country;
• Offering a new and more functional online shopping cart, which will be uploaded in the next few weeks.
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