NEWARK, Del. -- The Floral Marketing Association here plans to split with the owner of the Super Floral Show following the FMA Convention and Super Floral Show in 1997. The board of FMA, a division of the Produce Marketing Association here, is reviewing alternatives for its annual floral convention after the contract between SFS officials and FMA expires in 1997, said Kathy Means, vice president of membership and public affairs at PMA. "The board is considering its options," Means said. ...

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