10,000 of the World's Most Eligible Bachelors Displayed on a Single Web-Page

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With a new season of ABC's “The Bachelor” underway, an exclusive new website has been launched to profile 10,000 of the world's most eligible bachelors on a single web-page.

In an attempt to establish a record for the greatest number of eligible bachelors posted on a single web-page, the site http://www.10000Bachelors.com was recently launched by David Pierpoint, founder and director of The Relationship Training Center.

While most other personal ads sites require visitors to register and search a database in order find a potential match, 10,000 Bachelors displays images of all its bachelors directly on the home-page of the site. This allows visitors to quickly identify bachelors that might be of interest, without having to view numerous pages of search results.

Pierpoint, a relationship coach and author, created the site in order to provide an alternative to the traditional personal ad sites like Match.com and Yahoo! Personals, where visitors must register and search a database in order to find potential matches. "This way, a visitor can simply move their mouse around a single page to view thousands of eligible bachelors, without having to view pages upon pages of search results," he explained.

Each profile is posted to the site for an entire year, or until the bachelor requests that it be removed.

In order to ensure that genuine profiles are posted to the site, each bachelor must pay a small fee during the registration process. "We wanted to make sure that only quality profiles of legitimate bachelors get posted to the site," said Pierpoint. A portion of the proceeds from the site will be used to help fund the expansion of The Relationship Training Center, and a portion will be donated to charity.

Later this week, a related site (http://www.10000bachelorettes.com) will be launched to profile 10,000 of the world's most eligible bachelorettes. According to Pierpoint, "The bachelorettes site is being created with the same objective as the bachelors site, although clearly focused on the opposite sex."

It is expected that a new season of ABC's “The Bachelor” will create a renewed interest in looking online for eligible singles, and both sites are designed to help make that process easier and more interesting.

About The Relationship Training Center:

Based in Eugene, Oregon, and founded by David Pierpoint, The Relationship Training Center (http://www.relationshiptrainingcenter.com) opened in 2005 as a provider of relationship training and coaching services to individuals, couples, and families. The center offers The Relationship Training Program and The Relationship Survival Guide, both of which were developed to help people build healthy relationships based on biblical principles.

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