By Jennifer McRae

LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – Some key deadlines are quickly approaching in Loveland’s Valentine Remailing Program. Feb. 1 is when all international mail must be received for the program which gives each parcel its “Loveland” stamp.

For U.S. mail, the deadline is Feb. 7 and all in-state mail should be received by Feb. 10.

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The Loveland Chamber of Commerce is celebrating 75 years of the city’s Valentine Remailing Program this year.

The program receives cards from all over the world. Volunteers mark them with a special stamp and a love poem before sending them out to their original destination.

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To participate in the program, you can send your card in a pre-addressed and pre-stamped envelope in a larger first-class envelope. Then send it to:

Postmaster – Attention Valentine Remailing
446 E. 29th St., Loveland, CO 80538-9998

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LINK: Valentine’s Day Re-mailing Program Information

Jennifer McRae