You Can’t Trust Cupid With Your Metroplex Valentine’s Day Deliveries

Kayla Palesky About The Author

Thu, Feb 13, 2020 @ 04:12 PM

Eagle Express, Metroplex Valentine's Day Deliveries

Whether you buy into the commercialism or not, Valentine’s Day is an important holiday. Sure, your significant other says they don’t need or want anything for Valentine’s Day, but that’s a lie. The truth is, everyone likes to be told they’re appreciated. Which, sidebar, is easy for our current and past customers to do. Just click here and leave us a quick note on how much you loved our service. Or stop by one of our social media outlets, like our Google business page found here where you can write a review about how awesome our couriers were for your business.

 

Like our Eagle Express team, your loved one deserves to hear that you care about them this Valentine’s Day. Which is why you simply cannot trust cupid with your Metroplex Valentine’s Day delivery.

 

Why? To find out, let’s delve into a little Greek history.

 

The name Cupid is actually a Roman name that was given to the cherubic god of love sometime after the Greeks created the myth of Eros. Even the Greeks couldn’t decide on Eros’ origins. Some said he was the son of Nyx and Erebus; others said Aphrodite and Ares; still others named him the offspring of Aphrodite and Zeus.

 

In early years, he was described as a handsome immortal man, but by later years he appeared in folklore as a playful, mischievous child. One thing that most tales agreed on was that Eros/Cupid was armed with a bow and quiver, which was loaded with both leaden and golden arrows. The leaden arrows were said to cause aversion, while the golden arrows were used to ignite passion.

 

In some stories, Eros plays with the emotions of both mortals and immortals. One ancient Greek myth said that Eros shot a love arrow at Apollo, causing him to fall in love with Daphne. However, just for kicks, Cupid shot Daphne with a leaden arrow, causing her to want nothing to do with Apollo. Another myth tells the story of Cupid’s own forbidden love. Cupid’s mother Aphrodite was jealous of a mortal woman Psyche, and ordered her son to shoot an arrow that would cause Psyche to fall in love with a monster. Instead, Cupid became enamored with Psyche and married her. In an ending much like Romeo and Juliet, the story ends sadly until Psyche is brought back to life and given immortality.

 

Happy ending? Perhaps. But the point is, Cupid is a guy we just can't be sure about. We don't know his name, and nobody can agree on his appearance. He also tends to play around instead of getting the job done. This is exactly why he absolutely cannot be trusted with your Metroplex Valentine’s Day deliveries.

 

Instead, place those ultra-important flowers, chocolates, and life sized greeting cards in the hands of an experienced Eagle Express courier. The Eagle name stands for integrity, honesty, and 38 years’ worth of service to the DFW Metroplex. You can also be certain who will be arriving at the door or office of your loved one, because our couriers come with identification and will be uniformed in Eagle polos and khakis. No messing around on the job here, Eagle Express can move those Metroplex Valentine’s Day deliveries in as little as 45 minutes

 

Don’t buy into the lie that your loved one doesn’t need a Valentine’s Day gift this year. And don’t leave it up to Cupid to get the job done. Call Eagle Express, and we’ll help you put a little love in the most romantic day of the year. Delivering everything from fresh floral arrangements in refrigerated vans to giant cookie bouquets up to the top floor of a sky-rise, Eagle Express can handle any and all of your Metroplex Valentine’s Day deliveries. Don’t hesitate. Call Eagle today to schedule your delivery.