New York City, NY (PressExposure) February 06, 2012 -- A recent survey states that 44% of people will go out for dinner this Valentine's Day. But Jacuzzi says that a hot tub is a place to spend time together every day!
Chino Hills, CA, Jan. 31, 2012 - Hot tubs have a reputation for romance that's as traditional as flowers, chocolates and champagne. But these days, dinner is also on the menu for Valentine's Day. Dining together is all about connecting. If a couple has not done so throughout the year, Valentine's Day may be the one day of the year that you can show someone that you care about them.
Jacuzzi Hot Tubs says why wait for Valentine's Day to show someone you care. Having a hot tub in the backyard brings people together in a warm environment that encourages communication. Hot tub hydrotherapy has been shown to reduce stress by relaxing tense muscles and relieving minor aches and pains. People find it easier to talk and listen when they are comfortable and free from distractions, and a hot tub provides that opportunity.
"Enjoying a special dinner together is not something most of us have time to do every day. But with a Jacuzzi® hot tub at home, you have an invitation to spend quality moments together, every day," says Pamela Messick, digital marketing and social media specialist. "For Valentine's Day, a hot tub experience can also be very romantic, with beautiful interior spa lighting and a gentle waterfall flowing. Some models also have cozy side-by-side seating."
What about those who are spending Valentine's Day alone? Ordering a pizza and kicking back in a Jacuzzi hot tub is a great way to spend the evening. The stereo option makes it easy to play music from the radio or an iPod® (even if it's blues-y break-up music). A hydrotherapeutic massage from the hot tub jets promotes a good night's sleep, and when you wake up, Valentine's Day will be 364 days away.
As romantic as a dinner on the town can be, a hot tub offers romance, relaxation, and rejuvenation every night. For a perfect Valentine's Day, Jacuzzi recommends planning dinner and an at-home hot tub session.