Aechmea Loie's Pride has variegated foliage and a strong colorful inflorescence.
Indoor Flowering Plants, Perennial Tender
partial shade to shade
evenly moist to approach dryness, keep the vase full of water
average house, warm, not less than around 58 degrees
inflorescence with yellow bloom/salmon pink petals
creamy yellow albo marginated leaves, finely spined
4 feet tall
After the main vase flowers, it will eventually die and be replaced by the new suckers from the size. This process may take months. The water in the vase should be emptied from time to time. The water will get very stale after a period of time.
Bullis Bromeliads, 1987
In order to get it to bloom again may be a tricky thing. First it must be in a good growing environment and should a mature plant. If it still fails to bloom try putting it in a plastic bag for a week or so with a piece of ripe fruit. The ripe fruit gives off ethylene gas. This gas stimulates flower formation.
Notes & Reference
Bromeliad International Society (http://registry.bsi.org/)