One doesn't have to be the loneliest number this Valentine's Day.
February 14, 2015, marks the 5th annual Rose Rush, dedicated to the women out there who may not have a valentine, but still deserve to feel special.
150 lucky ladies from Post Falls to Airway Heights received roses at their door from two brothers who decided to make it their mission that no woman in the region, would be lonely on Valentine's Day!
Seth Stewart has grown accustomed to the confusion when he knocks on women's doors holding a rose. It's quickly followed with a smile once they realize what's going on.
Stewart and his brother started Rose Rush five years ago, spending hundreds out of pocket to fund it.
"We heard a lot of girls complaining about not having a Valentine so we're like, 'Hey, let's just go deliver to these girls who don't have valentines,'" Stewart said.
Growing from about 18 deliveries the first year, to now over 100. Most of the women were nominated by friends, or even just acquaintances.
"The more I do it the more I love doing it, there's a lot of interesting stories," Stewart said.