Celebrations Custom Singing Telegrams and Serenade

Lovett Enterprises and Gotta Lovett Promotions

are extremely proud to announce the introduction of our newest endeavor…

Celebrations Custom Singing Telegrams & Serenade!

Colorado Springs newest interactive personal greetings, creating memories that will last a lifetime!

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Western Union public relations director George P. Oslin is credited with thinking of, and sending, the first singing telegram. Ironically, it was during the Great Depression in July 1933 that Oslin talked Lucille Lipps into singing Happy Birthday to Rudy Vallee.

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Celebrations Singing Telegrams are a hilarious way to send a message that is a lot more interactive and personal than sending an email, text or greeting card. Our professional talent will be happy to sing, dance, or act out your message to the recipient. They’ll even dress up to do it, in anything from a tuxedo and top hat to a guerrilla suit, creating your own personal Greeting Memory™!

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Celebrations Singing Telegrams spread cheer by bringing laughs into the workplace, home, public engagement or party. You can hire ‘Marilyn Monroe’ to sing Happy Birthday to your boss, or ‘Elvis’ to sing All Shook Up to your wife on your 10th anniversary! Let her know you still find her sexy in a creative and funny way! Is a friend feeling a little down after a break up? Invite her to coffee at your favorite java hut at a prearranged time. Imagine her reaction when someone walks in, stops, take a second look at her, and breaks into song!

Celebrations Singing Telegrams can be a howl, especially when personalized. You can write the words yourself, usually by changing the lyrics to a well-known song. Want to congratulate someone who already thinks he’s one bad dude for a promotion? Have “Weird Al” lyrics you have penned about just how cool this guy is. Singing telegrams make everyone laugh at themselves and with each other. After all, no one seems as ridiculous as the person doing the singing!

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Depending on the service, Celebrations Singing Telegrams might be delivered a cappella, with a musical instrument or a portable device for accompaniment. Every service has its own staff and options. If you don’t see it , we can be it. Many services also offer balloons, flowers, or other gifts – for an additional fee.

Sincerely,

 

RayRay Lovett, President

Email: greetingmemory@yahoo.com

Cell: (719) 225-4732

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About Ray Lovett

Ray Lovett is the founder of Lovett Enterprises, a dedicated independent marketing representative with 5LINX® and the founder of Gotta Lovett Promotions. Lovett Enterprises is a diversified marketing and promotional platform specializing in social media. 5LINX® is a rapidly growing telecommunications company that provides services across the United States and in 20 countries abroad. The company distributes its products and services through a network of dedicated independent marketing representatives. Our representatives provide our customers with the latest in telecommunications products and services such as; cellular phones and plans from all major U.S. carriers, internet and TV service from the industry’s top providers, and the company’s own GLOBALINX® VoIP services. Gotta Lovett Promotions is a family owned proprietorship in business since 1997 and serving the community of Colorado Springs, Colorado with a specialized network of professionals throughout the Mid-West, specializing in motor-sports shows, live concerts and special events. Lovett Enterprises is also proud of our philanthropic endeavors to support wonderful social and not-for-profit activities through Victory Outreach Colorado Springs, the Christian Recovery Home and the Right Step Sober Living Home.
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