ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (MCO)
Florida Organics by Canviiy is a unique concept within Orlando International Airport (MCO) that offers a curated premium selection of Florida-made organic and natural health & beauty aids designed to create indulgent experiences of calm, healing and well-being. “Orlando International has a rich history of working with and helping small and minority-owned companies with unique and desirable products and services,” says Yovannie Rodriguez, Chief Administrative Officer of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. “Small business is the backbone of our local economy, and by working with companies such as Florida Organics by Canviiy, we help not only our travelers but also the overall economic health of the community.”
This immersive botanical haven provides stress-melting products to revive and uplift the senses, offering the perfect destination for travelers to explore the benefits of nature’s ingenuity. Featured brands include Naples Soap Company, Key West Aloe, Stream2Sea, Nardo’s Natural, Healium Hair, Beloved Box and Canviiy. “We’re incredibly honored to partner with the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. The opening of Florida Organics represents a new way of retailing that connects and serves the personal needs of travelers, as many are transitioning to healthier lifestyles and seeking to integrate natural and organic health & beauty aids to improve their quality of life. As an innovator in the aviation industry, Orlando International has a deep commitment to redefining the passenger experience continuously; therefore, we shared an aligned vision to introduce a unique, organic concept that taps into the modern consumer shift toward healthier lifestyles and personal well-being. The MCO Small Business & Concessions teams are nothing short of amazing; special thanks to George Morning, Tina Jackson and Teresa Smith for their phenomenal support, expertise and due diligence throughout the entire process.” said Canviiy Founder & CEO, Sherrel Sampson.
Reprint from March 2022 AMAC Newsletter