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Brad's Beat: Tri-Statesmen Barbershop Quartet

Some guys send roses, others send men dressed in red shirts to carry a tune for them on Valentine's Day.
JOPLIN, MO.--- Some guys send roses, others send men dressed in red shirts to carry a tune for them on Valentine's Day. The Tri-Statesmen Barbershop Quartet made several dozen stops today in Joplin. They surprised women and even a few men by singing some classic loves songs. The guys say it's fun to see the women's reaction when they get serenaded in front of their co-workers. One of the women who they visited didn't know who sent the gift, which evidently happens a lot to the guys. 

"Some sign it as the men of your dreams. Which I think is presumptuous," said John Robb, Singing 10 Years. 

"I don't usually get anything for Valentine's Day, so this was kind of nice," said Kendra Dye, Surprised. 

Another woman we visited said that the men prove that chivalry is not dead in men. 

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