BeLight Software to spread Mac users’ Valentine’s Day greetings worldwide on February 14

BeLight Software gives Mac users an opportunity to spread their Valentine’s Day greetings over the world on February 14th. To take part, you need to submit a love-note on BeLight’s site from February, 8th till Sunday, February 12th, 2006. The three best greetings will be rotated on MacDailyNews, MacMinute and SpyMac web-sites throughout the St. Valentines Day. Take the chance to surprise your loved ones:

“St. Valentine’s Day is a holiday for sweethearts, so we decided to invent another way of saying ‘I love you.’ This is a unique chance to tell all the world how true your love is,” Igor Degtyarenko, manager for BeLight Software, told MacDailyNews.

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