Share Your Valentine’s Day Story with Vancity Buzz
Did you get engaged at the Peak of Vancouver at Grouse Mountain? Meet your soul mate at Wreck Beach? Are you now happily married with children? Thanks to Cupid and Hallmark, it is that time of year again; with less than a week until Valentine’s Day, there is a hint of love in the air. Vancity Buzz is looking for great romance stories to tell! For this upcoming Valentine’s Day, this will also be your golden opportunity to express your innate feelings publicly to the person whom you love.
Letting The World Know You Love Your Valentine
Still thinking of ways to impress your Valentine next week? Some say the best way to shower more love on your lover is by letting the world know about it. It can be a romantic gesture that gesture that shows your partner that you are proud to show them off as your lover to the rest of the world. What better way to do it online, in front of a gargantuan Vancity Buzz daily readership?
Be adventurous; be creative; be romantic. Make it special. Remember, this is part of your whole Valentine’s Day package for that special guy or girl you are head over heels in love with. Forget greeting cards from Hallmark, Vancity Buzz is your giant platform to do something incredible.
It can be a long love letter with photos, a long poem, a photo essay of your time together, a video, or a combination of all of the above. There are no word length restrictions.
Send your submissions to [email protected] by 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 13, 2013. Please also include your name, city of residence and at least one photo (your best photo together). All photos submitted must be of high quality and at least 640 pixels horizontal in size. Only the best submission will be chosen for featured publication on Valentine’s Day, so make sure yours is good!
Written by Kenneth Chan, a Columnist at Vancity Buzz. Follow Kenneth on Twitter: @kjmagine
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