TouchTunes Interactive Networks Celebrates Valentineas Day With aThe Love Surveya and A Playlist of Love Songs

NEW YORK – January 28, 2011— TouchTunes Interactive Networks, the largest interactive out-of-home entertainment network in North America, has announced a special Valentine’s Day promotion that includes The Love Survey and a Love Songs Playlist that will run on its nationwide network of digital jukeboxes from February 1st through February 14th.

The TouchTunes Love Survey will open up the hearts and minds of bar patrons to get a closer look at their feelings on love, relationships and Valentine’s Day. Questions include “Who would be the best celebrity Valentine’s Day date?” and “What song best expresses the current state of your love life?” The survey will run on TouchTunes Digital Jukeboxes and be promoted across TouchTunesTV screens nationwide.

In addition, a custom playlist will promote the Valentine’s Day season of love with a variety of songs for the romantic in everyone. The list includes a great mix of music with hit songs across every genre, including:

  • Need You Now by Lady Antebellum
  • Open Arms by Journey
  • Bed of Roses by Bon Jovi
  • DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love by Usher (feat. Pitbull)
  • Stuck Like Glue by Sugarland
  • Tonight (I’m Lovin’ You) by Enrique Iglesias
  • When a Man Loves a Woman by Percy Sledge
  • Mine by Taylor Swift
  • Let’s Get It On by Marvin Gaye
  • Just the Way You Are by Bruno Mars

“Many people go to bars looking for love, especially on Valentine’s Day,” said Vicki Saunders, TouchTunes Vice President, Digital Media and Music Marketing. “The Love Survey is the perfect complement to the interactive TouchTunes experience and a great conversation starter that get’s people talking.”

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