Valentine’s Competition in Lambertville


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Valentine’s Competition in Lambertville

For Immediate Release

Date: 2/9/21

“Love Seat” Instagram Competition

Love is in the air in Lambertville. To show Lambertville and its visitors some love, we are setting up a “love seat” in the Holiday Square (the corner of Bridge and Union) for Valentine’s Day. Also, we are offering some wonderful prizes for lucky winners.

Take a selfie and post it on Instagram with the hashtag #<3Lambertville. The two posts that get the most likes by February 20th will win gift baskets with gift cards and goods from our unique merchants! The Love Seatwill be ready for you and your Valentine from February 12th to the 15th!

This is the first program by the re-branded Greater Lambertville Chamber of Commerce. We are returning to our roots and with it, a fresh new focus on our town’s businesses and residents. More exciting programs will be announced in the coming months.

About the Delaware River Towns Chamber of Commerce:

The Delaware River Towns Chamber of Commerce (formerly known as the Greater Lambertville Chamber of Commerce) was established in 1972 and has been dedicated for 40 years to promoting businesses in the Delaware River Towns.  The DRTCC is in the process of returning to back to being the Greater Lambertville Chamber of Commerce to better serve local businesses. The rebranding will take place soon.


Cindy Kunnas
Executive Director
Delaware River Towns Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 210
Lambertville, NJ 08530

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