That night, after all eight dates were through, I heard for the first time a line that would come at me at least once during every event. I asked him what he did for a living, and he said, “A little of this, a little of that.” He told me he has “bought companies, sold them; some successful, some not as much.” Wait, so… I could not get one straight answer out of this man. Can’t blame them, but a heads-up would have been nice. I asked the TV crews to wait again, and slinked into the main section of the restaurant. Talkative’s date of the moment and motioned a charade of a hand-crank movie camera, and pointed at him. My guess is the eight women he sat with couldn’t either. The setting was country-elegant, an historic inn, and the venue well known for live jazz downstairs several nights a week. And then he set me straight: “We’re here to cover the event.” Great press, but how did they know? At that moment, a reporter from another station walked in with her cameraman. This organization is involved in Dating Services as well as other possible related aspects and functions of Dating Services. COM maintains its local business operations and may perhaps conduct other local business operations outside of Phoenix Arizona 85050 in additional functions related to Dating Services.
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Plus, single myself at the time, I saw this as more than a professional development experience; it was a promising way to meet men and get paid for it. Registrations filtered in slowly, but by event day I had booked a perfect 16 men to 16 women ratio.
Headquarters had suggested I bring a generic Bingo-style ice-breaker for folks, so I created my own: I e-mailed participants ahead of time, requesting “factoids” about their lives.