My Boomer Place -- A MySpace for the Boomer Generation

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New site for the over 40 crowd.

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There’s a new Internet destination for the baby boomer generation. It’s called and has most of the same look and feel as

The common thread on is life experience. All the members have one thing in common: they’re all over 40 and beyond. Well seasoned bikers, married couples, grandmothers, retired or about to be professionals, musicians and artists all co-mingle and share their common interests whether it be the family, photography, music, and a limitless list of other things. The site has wide range of features that attract its members like a chat room, instant messaging and a photo gallery.

Roughly eighty four per cent (84%) of new members keep their MySpace profiles active to keep an eye on their kids but adopt a whole new persona on so they can interact with people within their own demographic.

Former experienced MySpacers bring along their expertise in graphics and profile design and are ready to help others with less experience to create exciting profile pages complete with videos and music.

Dating is a common interest for divorced and widowed empty nesters on and a few former customers have found a new place to post their profiles in hopes of finding the perfect mate.

Site founder Tom Conner known as “Poppa Tom” to the community says, ”We really don’t want to be the next big thing just the next cool thing.”

MyBoomerPlace is owned and operated by TCL Communications, Inc of Howell Michigan.

Contact: Tom Conner

TCL Communications, Inc.

517-546-9230 (Voice)

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