Aruba One Happy Island in Times Square for Lovebirds

Aruba, One happy island, invited New York City residents and visitors to celebrate their love this Valentine’s Day on a heated pop-up beach in Times Square.

People stopped by Aruba’s heated paradise, where couples enjoyed hourly trip giveaways to the One happy island, photo opportunities under the famous Fofoti tree, and warmth and relaxation.

The romance continued at 6 p.m. when more than 250 couples renewed their vows during a ceremony on the iconic Red Steps in Times Square, followed by a private reception on the pop-up beach.

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The ceremony was broadcast live on the American Eagle Times Square Digital Billboard and webcast live at TimesSquareNYC.org. One lucky couple won a second honeymoon to Aruba, including roundtrip airfare for two and a four night / five day stay at the Divi & Tamarijn Aruba all inclusive.

The Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino and Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort also provided trip giveaways throughout the day.

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Lovebirds outside of New York City were also invited to share and renew their own love stories through Aruba’s Facebook page for a chance to win a second honeymoon to One happy island.

Celebrated as one of the most revisited islands in the Caribbean, Aruba is said to be a premier destination for romance, weddings and honeymoons.

Aruba’s Valentine’s Day festivities were part of the Times Square Alliance’s “Free Love in Times Square” initiative, featuring a number of activities and deals inspired by the most romantic day of the year.

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