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The Town of Sweethearts

Dixie's View

Loveland, a small town with a big heart, is a special place for many reasons. Its residents are committed to making it the best it can be and have a strong sense of community. Local businesses are at the center of Loveland, and supporting them is a top priority for people like Dixie Dally, the Business and Membership Director for the Loveland Chamber of Commerce. Dixie is an entrepreneur, speaker, inventor, and author with a lifelong passion for helping others and a strong connection to the town. She has owned a daycare and a boutique and is dedicated to organizing networking events to help businesses grow.

For Dixie, Loveland is not just a place to live and work, but a place where love and family are at the center of everything. She married her high school sweetheart and all four of her children did the same. After her husband's passing, Dixie found solace in writing poetry, collecting over 600 quotes in a 365-day journal titled "A Conversation with My Soul," which is now available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble. She hopes her journal will help others find healing and love through writing, as it did for her.

This dedication to community is something that Dixie embodies in all that she does. From her work with the Loveland Chamber of Commerce, to writing and business endeavors, she is always looking for ways to positively impact the town and its people. Dixie's story is just one example of the love and pride that the people of Loveland have for their town, and it's this love that makes Loveland such a special place to live.

Dixie's love for Loveland and its people is evident in all that she does. Dixie believes that living in gratitude and being grateful can change your life, and her story is a testament to the transformative power of love and community. Loveland, the town of Sweethearts, is a place where love and healing can thrive.

"Making a difference in someone else's life will make a difference in yours too" - Dixie Dally