5 Fast Facts about Valentine's Day....

...To help you appreciate the Holiday purchase you may want to make from our store!

 Photo by Jesse Goll on Unsplash

Photo by Jesse Goll on Unsplash

    As you're reading this, its safe to say we are less than a month away from Valentine's Day. Dare we say, we're within the 3-week mark? but its safe, right? plenty of time to decide what to adorn your him or her or them with. That is until inventory run dry on great deals you've missed and you have to settle for last minute leftovers. Which, to be fair aren't all bad.

 

    You have to ask yourself, why risk it? Plan a little ahead and grab one special item that's sure to put a smile on anyone's face while making those candy and flowers look a little more special when paired. 

 

To help you appreciate the positive value of Valentine's Day, here are 5 fun facts (out of dozens) to usher it the seasonal spirit of Love.

  1. Over 50 percent of all Valentine's Day cards are purchased in the six days prior to the holiday, making Valentine's Day a procrastinator's delight.

  2. In the Middle Ages, young men and women drew names to see who their Valentine would be. According to historical notes, they would wear the name pinned to their sleeve for one week so that everyone would know their supposed true feelings. Ever heard the expression, "wear your heart on your sleeve"...?

  3. Richard Cadbury introduced the first box of Valentine's Day chocolates in 1868.
  4. According to the National Confectioners Association, caramels are the most popular flavor in boxes of chocolate.
  5. Sorry guys, Men on average spend twice as much as Women on Valentine's day. With guys average around $130 compared to about $70 for Women based on an article on 1-800 flowers.com

 Whatever you choose, Make it special for the both of you.

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