While I myself haven’t dove into online dating, I’ve had plenty of friends who have and who have had success. And I gotta say, based on some of their stories, it seems like online dating isn’t such a bad idea. I’ve had friends meet the love of their lives through online dating services, Match.com included.
Match.com just a year ago introduced a new service – Stir events. The program has expanded to cities throughout the US and offer a wide variety of events based on age and city. Think: happy hours, events at some of the best city venues, tequila tastings or DJ lessons. Events have included partners such as House of Blues, Banana Republic or even the Warrior Dash.
Match.com’s Stir is celebrating its one-year anniversary in style! While Match has hosted 2,850 events over the past year for over 225,000 sings, there are more events in the future. Over just a year, that’s how much the unique-event based, singles “outings” have expanded. Pretty crazy, right? Imagine how many people have been potentially introduced at these events!
And Match.com is looking for singles to help create their own Stir event! If your event idea is selected, you will have the opportunity to work with Match Stir event planners to actually bring the event to life – pretty cool right? So whether it’s hitting up the latest, coolest location in town for cocktails, bowling, karaoke, or a sports event – it’s all up to you! What would be your ideal singles event for Match.com?
Visit Match.com’s “What Stirs You?” Contest Page now through Tuesday May 28th, 2013 and tell Match.com what you think would make for the perfect singles event to be entered to win. Entries will be judged based on quality, creativity, uniqueness and geographical relevance.
The selected winner will have their idea re-created by the Match.com Stir Events team in their city, and will receive an invitation to attend the event along with ten of their singles friends – all at no charge! In addition, the winner will also receive a free six-month Match.com subscription.
Now that you have your thinking caps on…what would be your idea for a Stir event? Have you met someone through online dating?
Disclaimer: As a member of Single Edition Media, I am writing this sponsored post on behalf of Match.com. I received compensation on behalf of writing and promoting about the Stir Promotion.