Planning for the most romantic Valentine's date? Seek no more because Closeup has got the perfect dinner dates for you and your special someone.
Every year there comes a much-awaited day that's all about celebrating love. Despite whatever challenges you may be going through, February 14 is a day dedicated to letting love rule above all else. It's not just a full 24-hour exercise of cheesy Instagram posts nor over the top declarations of deep feelings, but it's about reminding couples of the small things that make their relationship a place where love and happiness rule in their lives.
Closeup, a brand that empowers people to be #FreeToLove, is celebrating this Valentine's Day by inviting couples to let love rule, no matter where you are with. What's more -- Closeup is giving 3 lucky pairs a chance to win a special Valentine's Day treat.
You and your date can get an intimate, romantic, evening made just for the two of you - from a private fine dining degustation dinner, a garden picnic while watching the sunset, or even a romantic date inside a vintage plane parked in a garden.
Mechanics: Simply post a couple selfie on Instagram or Facebook. Tag @closeupph, the location where love rules for you, and tell your story of how you let love rule in your relationship, with the hashtags #LoveRules and #FreetoLove. Send your entries in from February 5 to 9, 2020, and you'll be one step closer to the ultimate kilig dinner for you and your love.
Central to this whole campaign is actually a partnership that closeup has entered with Google Maps. By going to freetolove.com.ph/loverules, all entries will be collated and plugged into a map that shows where people all aroound the country are truly #FreetoLove. By doing this, closeup hopes to start a movement of creating more places where people can truly make love rule.
Don't let any barriers stop you from celebrating this Valentine's Day, because #LoveRules wherever you let it.
For the full mechanics and details of Closeup's Valentine's Day contest, visit http://freetolove.closeup.ph/loverules.