Surpasses 50,000 Parent Profiles in Mission to Match With Local Child Daycare Providers

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Where Parents and Providers Connect surpasses 50,000 completed parent profiles in 15 months since nationwide launch.

The 50,000th profile was completed on August 20th, 2007 at 8:17 AM MDT. It came from a mother in Denver, Colorado searching via She was immediately matched with 4 providers who best fit her needs - all within 5 miles of her search address.

The service initially launched in 40 US markets in April of 2006, after 2 years of local testing in the Denver, CO market. Recently, has expanded to 80 top US markets, all serviced by geographically based sub-domains (i.e., each supported with tightly geo-targeted search engine marketing. has grown quickly as an independent, needs-based daycare matching service by using a proactive system based on profile matching.

"Where Parents and Providers Connect" is the website's value promise, and it accomplishes this by collecting detailed information from parents regarding their child care needs, then matching that to a database of provider profiles, and returning the best matches to the parent.

"We believe that is the first website to truly add value to the child daycare search process," says Ryan Dickinson, President of Harper Design, Inc. - which owns and operates "It is the matching process, along with the streamlined exchange of parent and provider information, that makes such a valuable resource to the parent and the child daycare provider," said Dickinson. offers parents a fast and easy alternative to the traditionally difficult and frustrating task of finding the right child daycare provider. For more information, please visit


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