At the end of the event participants submit to the organizers a list of who they would like to provide their contact information to.
If there is a match, contact information is forwarded to both parties.
As a reporter for LA Talk said, “ I walked through the venue without even noticing the tables of daters; events are so chic and low key you might just walk right by.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Much like a private club, not every dater is for us.
We are the only organization to routinely screen daters we feel may not be a good fit for our clients.
Going out, hookups and relationships in countries and cities around the world are not exactly the same as what singles experience in New York City.
“In NYC there’s a bigger focus on pedigree,” says Aussie Adam Lewkovitz, who moved to New York City from Sydney in 2009. In Sydney, there’s more focus on lifestyle, and work is a means to support what you want to do.” The 34-year-old tech-product manager now lives in Williamsburg, where he says the terms of dating are not as clear as in his native land.
Parking lots, bleachers, In-N-Outs or comedy clubs work too.Toting a plastic bag full of empty water bottles, snack wrappers, apple cores and crumpled homework, I asked a man hosting an earthquake preparedness event where I could find a trash can. Affairs columns Mark met every qualification on my list. Five months after meeting Mark, I met "Randy" in a different parking lot.By the first pitch of the game, he had my phone number. A divorced dad, he was close to his twentysomething daughter, he loved his job, he was an integral part of his community and the school district for which he worked, he had played high school sports, and he was passionate about his health. If you have comments to share or a story to tell, write us at [email protected] We prefer stories that are rooted in the present, not the distant past. He had the body of a skier and the voice of a rock star.Speed Dating, as a single word, is a registered trademark of Aish Ha Torah.Speed dating, as two separate words, is often used as a generic term for similar events.
If we meet a dater we don't think you'll fancy meeting, we'll say 'No thank you' so you don't have to.