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Our Company headquarters is located in Loveland, Colorado, officially known as the "Sweetheart City", boasting the "Valentines Day Re-mailing Program". This is small town living with big town conveniences.

Click Here to read a WONDERFUL speech presented by a past Miss Valentine Loveland at a Loveland/ Berthoud Association of Realtor's Breakfast meeting. She did such a great job describing our town we just HAD to ask permission to display it here! This is run with permission of The Loveland Chamber of Commerce.

Colorado residents enjoy 300+ days of sunshine, fresh air and four distinct seasons. The annual total precipitation is 24 inches with an average annual snow fall total of 50 inches. Loveland has an estimated population of 50,500 with the total square miles of 24.39. Loveland's elevation is 4,982 ft.

In a article from the Reporter Herald, it states "Loveland is No. 1....Loveland and Fort Collins (are) the top town's) to "Reinvent Your Life".

Here is a neat poem that I ran across:

I like living in our little town where the trees meet across each street.


Good people live in our little town, the kind of folks you like to meet.

For life is interwoven with friends we've come to know, and we hear their joys and sorrows as we daily come & go.

I love living in Loveland, I care no more to roam, for every house here in our little town is more than a house, it's a Home.


Another major selling point for Loveland is it's low crime rate, which ranks among the state's lowest. That's due in part to the efforts of its local police department, whose progressive policies and programs have deterred crime by ensuring a fast response time and maintaining adequate distribution and high visibility throughout Loveland.

Need a referral for a local service or product? Check out our "Neighborhood Network"

Have children in school? Click here for a look at our Loveland school district web page.

What kind of town is Loveland?

What kind of town is Greeley?

What kind of town is Fort Collins?

A short drive east of Loveland on Highway 34, is Greeley, known for Monfort Meat Packing Plant, the University of Northern Colorado *and* the infamous Denver Bronco's training camp!

To the north is Fort Collins - Horsetooth Reservoir, Colorado State University and a large array of versatile dining. And compare Fort Collins with Disneyland?? Well, as silly as it seems there IS a reason why you may feel at home at the theme parks Main Street U.S.A. - Click here to read the article posted in May 2003 Men's Journal.

A short 50 minute drive to the south, you will find the beautiful "Mile High" city of Denver.

Estes Park is a short drive to the west, and the wide open state of Wyoming, is about an hour away.