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Send Valentines From Loveland, CO at King Soopers

UPDATE: King Soopers has moved the deadline up by one day — even though the in-store boxes state February 6. Is there a more perfect place than Loveland from which to send your Valentine’s Day cards? We don’t think so! Through Thursday, Wednesday, February 6 5, you can drop off your cards and love letters at any King Soopers or City Market (in large boxes by the customer service desk.) The grocery chain will then send them to the Loveland Post Office in time to get the world-famous Loveland, CO♥ postmark. If that’s inconvenient, you can also send your correspondence in a larger envelope to: Postmaster – Valentine Re-mailing, 446 E. 29th St., Loveland, CO 80538-9998. The deadline for all U.S. destinations is Monday, February 10. Remember, you must have proper postage (now, 49¢ for first-class mail) on all of your cards before dropping them off or sending them. Otherwise, your loved ones will not get your heart-filled messages. Oh, what a lovely promo!

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