GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - The day infamous with showing your significant other how you feel about them is quickly approaching and while some are getting their boxes of chocolates ready, others are kicking off the holiday in a different way.
Nuclear Care Partners is celebrating the holiday by treating their former uranium workers to a day of love.
John Kelley, Communications Outreach Manager, said "Fun treats for all of our workers, great social time to interact with each other."
Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Redlands Community Center will host their first Sweet Heart Social in an effort to celebrate the holiday and their former employees. To R.S.V.P you can contact them at (970)-361-3405.
Kelley added, "We're looking for any of the former workers that used to work in uranium mining that used to work in the Department of Energy."
But around the corner, Martial Arts Research Systems is celebrating an anti-Valentine's Day letting people release some aggression.
They are encouraging those who come to bring a picture of an ex-boyfriend/husband or a football player they dislike.
While the two companies have a different take on the holiday, they both have one thing in common --making sure no one spends it alone.
Manager of Martial Arts Research System Jasmine said, "We really want to make sure that everyone's relieving that stress cause some of the holidays can be hard."
The Anti-Valentine's Day Kickboxing Event will be held at 2460 Patterson Rd., on February 14 at 5:30 p.m. The event is allowing up to 50 people to participate. It is free of charge.