MU Chorale Selling Singing Valentines

Nothing tells someone you care like a Singing Valentine from the MU Chorale. For as little as $30, we will serenade your loved one at home, at work, or anywhere you choose in the greater Fayetteville area on Feb. 14, 2018 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Your thoughtfulness will be remembered, too. Your special package of gifts will show you care long after the song has ended: A Valentine Serenade - a red rose - a personalized Valentine’s Card...and the envy of their friends! People can choose from three delivery options:

Three packages are available:

  • My “Phon-y” Valentine - $10 –  Minus the rose and tuxedo, we will send a personalized, four-part harmony, telephone greeting to that special someone!
  • Regular Delivery - $30 – We will deliver your Singing Valentine anywhere in the greater Fayetteville Area sometime between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. If you request a time, we can guarantee a four-hour window to meet any time frame requests.
  • “Straight to the Heart” - $40 – Choose this premium service if the delivery has to be there right on the button! We guarantee we will be there within ten minutes of the target time!

All proceeds go to benefit the MU Chorale’s concert tour to Italy. All deliveries will be made on Feb. 14, 2018 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Sale of Singing Valentines ends on Feb. 13 at 12 noon.

For more information, or to purchase a Singing Valentine, contact Dr. Michael Martin at mmartin@methodist.edu or by phone at 910.630.7153.

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