This Valentine's day, thrill your sweetheart with a...

(Download pdf poster for printing)

Check out the Singing Valentines photos for some previous years:
[2000] | [2001] | [2002] [2003] [2004] [2008] [2009] [2011] [2017] [2018]
(The CHIPS Quartet is the premiere Singing Valentine group --
we've been delivering them in the Chippewa Valley since 1994!)

The CHIPS Quartet, a group of singers from SPEBSQSA, is pleased to announce the availability of a real live barbershop quartet who will surprise your sweetheart at his/her home, office or school with an old-fashioned singing valentine!

Each singing valentine includes:

  • A love song sung by a live quartet in actual four-part barbershop harmony
  • One individually-wrapped long-stemmed rose
  • Personalized Valentine's Day card

CHIPS Quartet will be delivering the Singing Valentines
(Jerry O'Brien, Randy Knaack, Steve Hein, Tom Arneberg)

How much will it cost you to retain the services of four grown men to do this for your loved one? $150? $100? No, would you believe only HALF of that! Yes, for the small token of just $50.00, you can be a real hero, and embarrass the heck out of your sweetheart at the same time!

WOW! ONLY $50!!

Please get your ordering information together,

and then call 715/726-1728 (9am-9pm).

Or, better yet, send email to

And we now accept credit cards or Paypal!


This year, we will be delivering on Valentine's Day: Friday, February 14, 2020. We'll be going to Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. There are only a limited number of these that can be performed on that day, so get your order in early. (Our schedule usually fills several days ahead of time, but we can sometimes fit one in if it's at the right time and place.)

Please specify as wide a time window as possible; "all day" is best. (If we can't fit your time window into our schedule, we may have to turn you down.)

Whatsa matter? Don't live in the Chippewa Valley? Well, you're in luck -- there are barbershop quartets delivering Singing Valentines all over the country! For more info, just surf over to:

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