It’s hard to believe, but Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. If eating out at a fancy restaurant or buying expensive gifts aren’t your thing, you can always take some advice from Oprah (who hasn’t, right?) and do something unique with your Valentine this year instead. You could, for example, visit your local bookstore, have an at-home trivia or board game night, or even take a scenic train or bike ride together.
At Koozie Group, we’re all about spreading the love and making memories that will last a lifetime. Our own suggestion for showing someone special how much you care this year is to write them a note of love or encouragement. It’s a simple but effective way to make a big impact.
And don’t worry if you don’t have a significant other. You can still participate! You can write to your mom, your grandpa, or even your best friend and let them know just how much they mean to you and how thankful you are to have them in your life. Or you can even jot down a note to yourself as a reminder of just how awesome you really are.
To help with spreading the love, we recommend using the #SND3A25 Souvenir® Sticky Note™ 3” x 3” Die Cut Pad, 25 sheet and the #CSWBMES WideBody® Message Pen. The notepad comes in a heart shape and includes a 4-color process imprint with free setup and stock backgrounds available, so you can really enhance your message.
The pen, meanwhile, features a wide profile design that accommodates a large barrel imprint and the ability to customize up to six rotating messages. So, you can either use the pen to write out your note or give it as a gift that will remind the receiver in six different ways how much you care.
We hope after reading this that you’re feeling the love as much as we are. Check out even more great Koozie Group products at www.kooziegroup.com. Trust us, we know you’ll find something you’ll love!
Fun Fact: Americans spent more than $23.9 billion on Valentine’s Day last year, with much of that going toward jewelry (an estimated $6.2 billion). This is an especially popular time of year for diamond rings, as up to six million couples get engaged on Valentine’s Day.