Love is in the air

Love is in the air

Leading greetings cards company Hallmark Cards is pulling out all the stops this year to get the nation thinking about love.

Hallmark's Love State of the Nation campaign will explore the ways in which Brits express their feelings to one another, what they really want on Valentine's Day and where they are most likely to find love. 

Over 2,000 have already been surveyed as part of the campaign which has revealed some interesting statistics on the nation's card buying habits. Key findings include that over three quarters of individuals are intending to buy a Valentine's Day card this year and of these, 12% plan to keep their options open by sending two, three or even more cards.

The campaign will also see Hallmark Cards enlist the help of their own head of romance, Kendra Keller who will be offering the nation tips and advice on how best to show love and express emotions to that somebody special.

Tamsyn Johnston-Hughes, public relations manager at Hallmark Cards said: "Valentine's Day is the only day of the year where we can get away with being totally truthful about how we feel for one another. Many people struggle to express their true emotions, not knowing how or what to say to one another but that's why we've got Kendra onside who, with her years of expertise will be offering the nation advice about the best ways to tell that someone special just how much you love them."

For more information about Hallmark visit www.hallmark.co.uk

Posted: 15 March 2019

 
 
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