It’s designed to help participants explore the city’s coolest areas and promises to reward them with a medal and a beer.Related: How to promote and sell out your next race If music be the food of love, play on…Related: How to make sure your pop-up dinner is packed You might not think a 10k is the ideal event for Valentine’s Day, but not everyone will be in the mood for romance – some just want to have a bit of fun and stay fit in the process.This fun run in Denver, US encourages participants to dress up as famous couples or as if they’re going on a fancy date night.Related: How to host a Great British Bake Off inspired event Staging a comedy night is a good way to capture both couples and singles on Valentine’s Day.Everyone loves a good laugh – and the theme of romance promises a feast of material for the comics.
There’s a wide variety of Valentine-themed tastings taking place across the UK and Ireland, including wine and chocolate (a classic combo), luxury rose champagne including Moet, Veuve Cliquot, Ruinart and Dom Perignon (yes please!
Vintage Valentine’s at The Movies, for example, will stage a showing of Casablanca at Cork City’s beautiful Ambassador Hotel.
It’s sweetening the deal with inclusive popcorn, chocolates and choice of wine, beer or soft drink.
Staging an evening of favourite love songs is a great way to attract those seeking romance.
You could arrange a DJ to play the classics or go for a live performance.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and if you want your organisation or charity to feel the love, don’t miss the opportunity to throw a themed event that brings in revenue or raises some funds.