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Send Your Love a Valentine's Day Loon-O-Gram!
Let Lou-E-Loon help make the perfect gift
01/22/2014 4:46 PM ET

MIDLAND, Mich. - There are many ways to treat your sweetheart on Valentine's Day - from flowers, to chocolate, to dinner at a candlelit restaurant. But perhaps there's no better way to express one's feelings than by hiring the Great Lakes Bay Region's biggest romantic, Lou E. Loon, to make a special Loon-O-Gram delivery to your loved one.

"The Loon-O-Gram was actually Lou E's idea," Great Lakes Loons VP of Marketing & Entertainment Chris Mundhenk said. "While we'll miss the accustomed chocolates and loony attention here in the front office on Valentine's Day, we're excited to share Lou E. Loon on one of his favorite days."

The Valentine's Loon-O-Gram includes two box seats to the Great Lakes Loons home opener on April 8, 2014, a Loons baseball hat, and assorted candies, all delivered by Lou E. Loon to the desired residence or workplace. The ticket portion of the Loon-O-Gram is customizable if you would like additional tickets or add a ticket package for an additional cost.

The cost of the Loon-O-Gram is $50 and must be ordered by Friday, Feb. 7. Deliveries throughout the area will be made on Valentine's Day, Friday, Feb., 14, and are available to recipients within a 25-mile radius of Dow Diamond. An additional delivery day, Thursday, Feb. 13, has been added for Midland only because local schools will be closed on Valentine's Day. Spots are limited for both days, so order soon!

For more information or to order your Loon-O-Gram, contact Amber Ferris at 989-837-6140, or Give that special someone a Valentine's Day they will never forget!

The Great Lakes Loons are an eighth-year Single A partner of the Los Angeles and members of the Midwest League. The Loons ticket department is taking orders for ticket packages and group outings for 2014. For more information, visit or call 989-837-BALL.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs. Comments
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