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Posted: Thursday, February 13, 2014 5:30 pm

The original Notable Gentlemen Barbershop Quartet is reuniting to deliver “Singing Valentunes” today and Friday in Harker Heights and all of western Bell County, including Fort Hood.

Members of the group are Harvey Davidson of Austin, Mike Reid and Newman Hood of Killeen and Bob Massey of Harker Heights.

It’s not too late. Orders are being taken by calling 855-770-0497.

The “Valentune” package includes two love songs performed by the live quartet, a long-stem red rose and a card.

Two delivery options are available. Basic delivery is $50 for a Valentune that will be delivered at a time scheduled by the quartet. The special delivery option is $65 for a Valentune to be delivered at a specific time of day or several miles outside of the coverage area.

“Time-specific means we will deliver the $65 tunes within one hour of the requested time,” said Gary Morton, Texas Country Gentlemen chorus president. “For example, if a person asks for a 2 p.m. delivery, the quartet will be at the requested site between 2 and 3 p.m. We make it our priority to have it delivered closer to the 2 p.m. time.”

The hour window of time gives the quartet flexibility to travel between locations if the schedule gets overloaded.

Valentunes are delivered to homes, businesses, schools, restaurants and a variety of locations.

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