Billboards marketing a millionaire’s look for a spouse are attracting applicants along with critique.
Thirteen billboards with a Latter-day Saints-focused matchmaking solution popped up within a 50-mile radius in Utah on May 1.
“LDS Millionaire hunting for their spouse. Exclusive VIP occasion June 7,” states the written text. It relates audiences to a site, LDSMillionaireMatchmaker.com, where a software may be completed.
The millionaire bachelor, whose identification has been held key, spent my youth in a family that is large San Diego, states Amy Stevens Seal, CEO associated with the LDS Matchmaker solution. She defines him as “tall, handsome and dark.”
“He’s very entertaining and has now nieces and nephews who adore him.” She adds that the anonymous spouse seeker is a great communicator, smart, a complete gentleman (also a bit conventional), extremely social and really really loves baseball, tennis, Southern Ca sports groups, playing games and traveling.
Seal describes he found little time to date and now has difficulty finding single women with the same LDS-based values that he was so focused on education in college. “There are plenty of social opportunities whenever you’re in your 20s,” she says, “but, in your 30s, much less numerous.”
The billboard was maybe maybe not her client’s idea. (Pokračování textu…)