The Loveland Valentine ReMailing Program 2018
posted by: Amber Johnson
Did you know we have our very own city of loooove in our backyard?
Loveland is perhaps best known worldwide as the home of the “Valentine ReMailing Program.” Every year, more than a hundred thousand Valentines are packaged inside larger envelopes and sent to Loveland, where volunteers hand-stamp them with a Valentine’s verse and send them on to the intended recipients.
If you would like to have your valentine card stamped with the official Loveland Colorado cachet and stamp, please mail your pre-stamped, pre-addressed envelopes (envelopes should each have 49-cent postage; postcards should have appropriate postage), add extra stamps/postage for heavier/odd shaped valentines, mail in a large stamped envelope to the Loveland Remailing program at this address:
Attn: Valentine Re-mailing
446 E. 29th St.
Loveland, CO 80538-9998
For within U.S. and outside of Colorado, cards should be in Loveland by Feb. 7th. 2018.
For within the state of Colorado (and now Wyoming), cards should be in Loveland by Feb. 9th. 2018.
You may also drop off your stamped envelope at one of the remailing boxes in any local grocery stores, where provided – these should be in-store until the 1st of Feb. King Soopers & City Markets stores have done this yearly. There is a remailing box at the Post Office on 29th St. in Loveland, and in the lobby of the Chamber of Commerce / Loveland Visitor’s Center also.
If you have any questions about sending your own Valentine’s Day cards to Loveland to have it postmarked from Loveland Colorado, please contact the Loveland Chamber of Commerce at (970) 667-6311
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