Miss Loveland Valentine Mary Askham visited the state Capitol Monday to meet with the Governor Hickenlooper and Loveland’s state representatives.  The senior at Mountain View High School is the 2012 ambassador for Loveland’s Valentine Remailing Program.  Mary presented the governor some gifts from the Sweetheart City and he gave her a valentine card to handstamp and mail to his wife.

The Loveland Chamber of Commerce and the Loveland Post Office sponsor the Loveland Valentine Re-mailing Program. Approximately 60 volunteers gather to stamp a special message from the Sweetheart City on valentine cards sent to Loveland from all 50 states and more than 100 countries. The Loveland Chamber put this video together courtesy of YouTube.

How to Remail From Loveland According to the Loveland Chamber of Commerce:

If you would like to have your valentine card stamped with the official Loveland Colorado cachet and stamp, please mail your pre-stamped, pre-addressed envelopes (envelopes should each have 44-cent postage; postcards should have appropriate postage), add extra stamps/postage for heavier/odd shaped valentines, mail in a large stamped envelope to:

Postmaster
Valentine Re-mailing
446 E. 29th St.
Loveland, CO 80538

  • Updated 2012 Deadlines for delivery by Valentines Day, Feb. 14:
  • For international destinations, you cards should be in Loveland by Feb. 3.
  • For within U.S. and outside of Colorado, your cards should be in Loveland by Feb. 7.
  • For within the state of Colorado, your cards should be in Loveland by Feb. 11.

You may also drop off your stamped envelope at one of the local grocery stores, where provided. King Soopers & City Markets stores have done this yearly

If you have any questions, contact the Chamber at (970) 667-6311