Roanoke’s Virginia Gentlemen Prepare for Valentine’s Day
With the holidays ending and Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, many are beginning to think of the best and most creative way to make a lasting impression on their loved ones. The Virginia Gentlemen Acapella Chorus are the answer and these gentlemen are gearing up to serenade lovers throughout the Roanoke Region in celebration of Valentine’s Day. On Wednesday, February 13th and Thursday, February 14th, delivery of a Valentine by tuxedo clad Acapella quartets, members of The Virginia Gentlemen Harmony Chorus, will add love and romance to lovers in the Roanoke Region.
“If you’re looking an unusual and unique Valentine’s Day gift to say “I love you,” book your Singing Valentine today, says Dave Davis, long-time member of the organization. We are already booking reservations and encourage interested parties to call as soon as possible to reserve a telegram. This is not the usual traditional box of chocolates or flowers, but a memorable surprise instead.”
This telegram style message of love offers a surprise visit to a loved one at home, school, a favorite restaurant or in their workplace, whether a spouse, girlfriend, teacher, family member or friend. A Singing Valentine quartet will serenade your sweetheart anywhere you choose in Roanoke, Salem, Vinton, Botetourt County or Blacksburg. Deliveries can also be arranged for distances a little further away.
The sender’s thoughtfulness will always be remembered when the quartet sings two love songs, presenting the recipient with a personal message and a long-stemmed red rose. Additional roses may also be ordered for the delivery.
The cost of a Singing Valentine is just $50 in celebration of Valentine‘s Day. The Virginia Gentlemen are currently taking orders by telephone by contacting Ed Burke at 540.977.0472.
The Virginia Gentlemen is the Roanoke Valley Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, a premier male acapella singing organization in Southwestern Virginia. The Chapter’s Virginia Gentlemen chorus appeals to men of all ages seeking to be part of a high quality vocal performing group known for its fun, fellowship and harmony. The organization is a 501(c) 3 and contributes a portion of its performance proceeds to the John Tully Memorial Scholarship Fund to aid local college-bound high school students and to The Harmony Foundation, providing grants promoting vocal music education in schools and communities.
To learn more about The Virginia Gentlemen, visit www.vagents.org.
Submitted by Dave Davis