Two groups, the Pacific Coast Harmony and the San Diego Chapter of Operation Home Front, are teaming up to allow military personnel to send musical messages sung by barbershop quartets to their loved ones.
Singing Valentines spokesman Frank Borik says their quartet members will sing two songs Let Me Call You Sweetheart and Heart of My Heart and give the loved ones a flower, balloon or some candy while dressed in tuxedos.
Borik says in order to make the program free to 300 enlisted men, they are seeking corporate sponsorship.
He also reveals he has been delivering singing telegrams for three years and says each time he does, Theres not a dry eye anywhere.
More information can be found at pacificcoastharmony.org
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