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Top Valentine's Day Ideas for Your Apartment Community this Year: Ranked

Hey, did you know it's Valentine's Day in a week or so? 

Seriously, I'm really asking. Personally, I could have sworn Thanksgiving was coming up, but then I checked my calendar. I'm just trying to help you all.

So, obviously Valentine's Day at your apartment community is going to look a little different. There are still ways to celebrate with your residents. I ranked some options—for your convenience—starting with the worst option to the best, awarding each a certain number of apartments. And don't forget to document all your activities and events on your social media channels and use them in your marketing efforts!

 

11 Community Valentine's Day Suggestions

11. Have a kissing booth in the lobby. Hmm, maybe not this year. It's a pandemic, after all. Actually, don't do this at your community. Ever. 
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10. Make a Valentine's Day post on your social media channels with puns such as "We LOVE our residents." This is fine, but a little groan-worthy. 
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9. Make a Valentine's Day post on your social media channels that says "Happy Valentine's Day!" Not much better than the last one. You'll hopefully get a few likes and some comments on both types of posts, which is great for engagement, but at least this one doesn't have puns. I heart that.
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You have post such a nice blog, because of pandemic situation many events were delayed or cancelled, I think, Valentine day also will be the same, but if you give a gift or saying Happy Valentine's Day to others, so it will not a bad thing, I am also wanted to give a gift to my husband, and bought it through <a href="https://www.reecoupons.com/categories/valentines-day">Valentines Day Coupons</a>, he's out of city because of office work, but I already couriered to him, they will be surprised with that.

  nancyjoshua

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