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Say 'I Love You' With A Video Valentine

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Valentine's Day will be here before you know it, and if you're stumped on what to do for your loved one, we have the perfect solution!

What better way to say ‘I love you' than on TV? Our Michigan This Morning Video Valentines are back!

The video doesn't need to be fancy.  It can be shot with your cell phone, or maybe you want to do a photo slideshow with music. Just make sure it can be emailed in to us!  

Please keep your valentine under 20 seconds and send it to mtm@9and10news.com with the subject line "Video Valentine."

We need all videos sent in by Tuesday, February 11th. Get creative & have fun with it!  

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