Picture your Valentine’s face when four men in tuxedos appear in his or her work place or home or join you at a restaurant to sing your good wishes! The quartet will hand-deliver a Valentine card inscribed with your personal message, a silk rose, and some chocolates; a photo will be taken and sent to you to remember the moment. Deliveries may be anywhere in the Upper Valley from New London to Woodstock, Claremont to Fairlee.
A Singing Valentine is a distinct way to show your appreciation for that special person in your life. We customize time of delivery so you can be present or not. Valentines have been sent to teams at work, to the offices of a professional (physician, hair dresser, etc.), to a friendly neighbor, even to school teachers and their classes! Be creative with your surprise and put a song in the hearts of all who witness your caring.
Next year, all deliveries will be made between 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2019 – Valentine’s Day.
There are three ways to send us the information we’ll need to deliver your Singing Valentine:
1. Fill out and submit the form below. This send us an email.
2. Call toll free (888)-293-9191
3. Send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
First, we’ll need your name and contact information. Then we’ll need the recipient’s name, location, time of delivery, and the short message you’d like us to deliver in the card.
Payment may be made in advance by sending your check for $55.00 to North Country Chordsmen, PO Box 474, Hanover NH 03755. If you do not pay in advance, you may pay the quartet at the time of delivery with either cash or check.
Form to fill out (Please include all the information requested above:
Here’s a Happy Valentine’s Day delivery to a Lebanon Middle School teacher and her class:
Here’s another workplace delivery where the sender was present with the recipient:
And women are NOT the only recipients of Singing Valentines:
Watch a video of a Singing Valentine!
Call or e-mail us today to make Valentine’s Day 2018 the one your recipient will never forget!