FEBRUARY 14TH IS NO LOVE LOCKS DAY. For the fourth straight year, No Love Locks is declaring this February 14th, “No Love Locks Day,” with a Valentine’s Day social media campaign encouraging people to show their love for Paris by not hanging a lock on our bridges and monuments.
SHARE OUR CAMPAIGN ON SOCIAL MEDIA, FEBRUARY 10-14!
Starting February 10th and running throughout the 14th , we want to go global with our message that damaging “love locks” are not a symbol of love. Here’s how you can help:
- Download the campaign’s Facebook/Twitter heart badge below, to use as your social media profile picture from February 10-14
- Select any of your favorite campaign images (downloadable below), and post at least 1 per day on your social network along with the hashtag #NoLoveLocksDay, and this link: NoLoveLocks.com/NoLoveLocksDay
- Encourage your followers to retweet and share the love for Paris!
We need you! Let’s send the message to visitors to the city that hanging a lock on the historic monuments and public spaces of Paris is vandalism that damages the city and hurts the people of France—culturally, economically and emotionally. It’s time for tourists to act responsibly, and that means showing their respect and empathy for Parisians by not destroying the beauty and heritage of their city. Paris is a romantic place with so much to offer lovers—beyond destructive padlocks that say anything but love.
Facebook/Twitter Profile Image to Download
Memes to share on social media
Meme 1: FREE YOUR LOVE. The Pont des Arts after the recent restoration with new glass panels, showing the view as it should be: lock-free! But ten bridges and several landmarks are still laden with padlocks throughout the center of the city. (Photo: Patty Sadauskas)
Meme #2: BEFORE & AFTER. Lest we forget, this is what “love locks” did—and still do—to the UNESCO World Heritage site in Paris. Share this as a reminder of why the trend is vandalism disguised as sentiment.