Free Advice Friday on 103-FXD Focuses on Valentine’s Day in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

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Free Advice Friday with Eric Scott & Lisa Ravioli on 103-FXD in Marquette, Michigan

Free Advice Friday with Eric Scott & Lisa Ravioli on 103-FXD in Marquette, Michigan

2/13/2014 Marquette, Michigan — Let’s face it, some of us look forward to Valentine’s Day, and there are those who don’t. Valentine’s Day, also known as ‘Single’s Awareness Day’ is the time of year where you NEVER want to forget about that special someone in your life. I mean, think about… how often do you actually take time out of your busy schedule to do something very special with that someone you love dearly.

This week, on Free Advice Friday during the FXD Drive with Eric Scott & Lisa Ravioli in the 4pm hour, Lisa and I will discuss the do’s and don’t's during Valentine’s Day in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan this year. What should you do for that special someone in your life?

Lisa believes that a dinner, followed by a movie is more than enough for that special someone in your life. Just to be there for them. Lisa will also talk about the gift basket of fruit she received from a past boyfriend. Lisa will talk about how much that basket of fruit on Valentine’s Day really meant to her.

You’ll also get Eric Scott’s view on Valentine’s Day. What does Eric think about this time of year…. especially since he’s single. Lisa and Eric will discuss this and a whole lot more during the FXD Drive on Friday–it’s Free Advice Friday in the 4pm hour with Eric Scott & Lisa Ravioli on 103-FXD in Marquette, Michigan.

-Eric Scott & Lisa Ravioli

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