The Super Bowl was just the Beginning

Let the good times keep rolling!

Did you know that TOMORROW marks the beginning of National Marriage Week?  Yes, NATIONAL.  We aren’t the only folks who get excited about promoting healthy relationships!  At MMJ, we’ve got a handful of things going on for singles and couples to celebrate.

This Saturday, February 11th is our annual K.I.S.S. event where we Keep It Sweet and Simple with dinner and a movie.  Dinner will be held at Daryl’s Downtown (swooooon!) and we will show Marley and Me at the Michigan Theater.  This is one of my favorite events as we have a lot of little extra’s throughout the night including a photo-booth, a chocolate fountain, a raffle for a gift basket valued over $200 and of course, giveaways!  This event is co-sponsored by the Cascades Humane Society.  If you haven’t scored your tickets, hustle on over to register.  Our dinner tickets go fast.  You’ve been warned.  Click here to get started.

On Tuesday, February 14th we are co-hosting a singles event at the Cascades Humane Society.  The Single Mingle will be a time to meet and mingle with two AND four-legged friends. The night will include light appetizers, a tour of the facility and a short presentation on healthy dating tips by our own Shelby Raines.  Click here for more details or to register.

ALL WEEK we are running a special discount for the Couple Checkup.  This is an online assessment that you and your significant other each complete.  The program will then give you a customized report and discussion guide for you to identify your strengths and build a more satisfying relationship.  Interested?  Start here.

ALL WEEK we’re giving away something each day including:

Giveaway’s start tomorrow!  To get registered for the giveaways, make sure you are friends with us on Facebook.  Click here if you aren’t yet.

Oh!  And if you aren’t in the Jackson, MI area (hi, Mom!), no sweat.  Since it’s NATIONAL marriage week, peeps all across the country are whooping it up in the name of marriage.  Click here to see what’s going on in your neck of the woods.