It would be a shame to miss out your contacts :-)I guess things like this work in larger cities and towns, I when to one in Eureka, they didn't have enough ladies and literally were out in front of the building asking women to come in. There have been some changes to the event, but I will be speed dating, and I hope you will, too. Apparently, there was not interest in the dance, so the DJ was canceled, and the price was dropped. The event will be changed to another date for the full event.
It is now only for speed dating, and there are no age groups. If I don't have anything else going on, I'll post that here, too.
Of course, with more people my odds would have been better, but they told me that only 6 of the guys turned in cards, and the average was two contacts each.
If you do the speed dating, be sure you turn in a card.
Hi, I just wanted to say that I went to another speed dating event Sat night, and it was fun. Anyway, I just wanted to say that speed dating was fun, and I think you'll enjoy doing it.
It was nice because it's a chance to meet people you might otherwise not give the time of day to. I encourage you to go for it and do the whole monty. The one I went to was in Paso and had about 18 people, which was fine.
One of the city’s strangest attractions, Bubblegum Alley is exactly what it says it is: an alley wall plastered with chewed gum.Participants greet each other in a series of brief exchanges during a set period of time.During an interaction, attendees share their professional backgrounds and business goals.Networkers are generally seeking exposure to new markets and/or to expand their pool of vendors.Speed networking is often referenced as a derivative of speed dating, Speed networking, a more recent concept, arose from the combination of speed dating and business networking and is thought to have started in the United States and, perhaps, simultaneously in the United Kingdom.