NEW YORK -- National Marriage Week, an annual celebration dedicated to promoting the institution of marriage, announces its 2024 campaign with the inspiring theme "Love Beyond Words." This year's mission encourages couples to put their love into action and raise awareness of the profound positive impact strong marriages have on society.

Taking place from February 7th to February 14th every year, National Marriage Week coincides with the week leading up to Valentine's Day, making it the perfect time to celebrate the joys and virtues that marriage brings into our lives. Research consistently demonstrates that married couples experience great health, financial stability, and personal happiness.

National Marriage Week spokesperson, Arlene Pellicane, a marriage and parenting expert and host of the highly regarded podcast, The Happy Home, feels passionately about this mission: "Marriage is something wonderful to be celebrated. The whole idea is to help people celebrate, to help our society value marriage, and then support marriages by providing them with resources to become more successful in their marital journey. You don't have to come from a happy home to create one."

This weeklong program will challenge couples to put their love into action and provide couples with practical tools and resources through ideas and activities for: Daily Connection, Weekly Dates and Regular Getaways.

Join National Marriage Week in celebrating love beyond words and creating a lasting impact on the institution of marriage. For a comprehensive list of resources to strengthen marriages visit www.MarriageWeek.org.

For Media Inquiries with spokesperson Arlene Pellicane contact: Sharon Farnell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Arlene Pellicane is a top marriage and parenting author and speaker. She has appeared on several media outlets like the Today Show, Wall Street Journal, Focus on the Family, Fox & Friends, FamilyLife Today, and The 700 Club. In addition to her podcast, she is the author of 31 Days to a Happy Husband and 31 Days to Becoming a Happier Wife. She is married to James, her husband of more than 25 years, and they have three children.

National Marriage Week, which began in the United Kingdom in 1996 and expanded to the United States in 2002, is now led by The Marriage Initiative. This not-for-profit organization offers a comprehensive toolkit featuring trusted and proven resources for couples facing challenges in their marriage, a national calendar of marriage-enhancing events and date nights, and innovative ideas on how to promote the importance of marriage.

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