Show Your Sweetheart How Much You Care This Valentines Day!

Published on 30 January 2014 in Business

Looking to make a lasting impression this Valentines Day? Want to do something really special for your loved one or significant other? Local Tampa resident Andy Schrader has the perfect gift idea – a singing Valentine! Make your sweetheart the center of attention and really catch his or her attention with this one-of-a-kind, romantically wonderful singing Valentine!

A barbershop singer, Andy is currently singing with the Heralds of Harmony barbershop chorus in Tampa. On Valentines Day, Andy, along with other members of his chorus will be performing Singing Valentines as part of a fundraiser for the Heralds, a 501c3 organization. Here’s how it works – a barbershop quartet dressed in tuxedos will show up unannounced at the “sweetheart’s” workplace or home (designated by the one who purchases the Singing Valentine), and sing two love songs, “Let me call you sweetheart”, and “Heart of My Heart”. The sweetheart will then be presented with a personalized Valentines Day card, and a special Valentine Coffee Mug filled with chocolate kisses. Andy says, “this is one of the most fun days I have as a barbershop singer, as everyone at the workplace enjoys the festivity and the sweetheart becomes the center of attention.” This is really a memorable way to say “I Love You” on Valentines Day.

For more information, you may contact Andy directly at 813-399-3505, or the Heralds of Harmony at 813-228-7730, or visit

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