Leslie’s Love School

Leslie’s Love School

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.  Are you all set?  Got a fool proof plan to sweep her off her feet?  Or, are you dreading the whole fiasco like every other guy you know?

Where to go, what to get, how to make her feel extra special so you won’t have to hear about how you screwed everything up for the rest of your life – right?

Okay – here’s the plan.  Being a girl, Leslie has a distinct advantage on knowing what girls like.  And on Valentine’s Day, girls like jewelry. So Monday, February 11th, you’re invited to get schooled on all things shiny and romantic with Leslie!  Well – really it’s free food at Spoleto in East Longmeadow and a stroll into Stephen Allen Jewelers.

You tell Leslie what your girl is like, and she’ll help you pick out something that matches her personality and your budget.  You’ll get 20% off your purchase, and you might walk out with a $200 piece of jewelry for yourself!

But you’ve gotta have an invitation to join us, and you can only get your invitation by listening to Leslie every morning – all this week!

So get schooled on Valentine’s Day by Leslie, from Spoleto Restaurant in East Longmeadow, Spoleto, Love, Put them together & see what happens; Stephen Allen Jewelers in East Longmeadow, if you don’t know your jewelry, know your jeweler; and Lazer 99.3, Everything That Rocks!

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