Orlando, Florida Bachelor Uses Freeway Billboard to find Girlfriend

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Orlando, Florida Bachelor John D. Smith put up a 40 foot freeway billboard in Downtown Orlando to find love. John is offering $1,000 to the Everyday Matchmaker that introduces him to his serious girlfriend. The billboard will be up through the end of the month.

Orlando Bachelor John D. Smith tired of online dating so he decided to do something outside the box instead. John's advertising vehicle turned out to be a giant 40 foot freeway billboard in Downtown Orlando. "In real estate, location is everything," Smith says. "I chose this location because over 100,000 cars pass it every day. I thought that at least one of those vehicles would have an 'everyday matchmaker' to refer me a single girlfriend."

John's billboard message is simple: Help John find love.com. If you refer him to a single girlfriend who turns out to be his long-term girlfriend, he'll pay you $1,000. When you're 41 and tired of striking out at love, what have you got to lose? "I'm self-employed and own Storm Stoppers, so I don't meet people at work," said Smith. "So "I thought, If I'm going to do this, I'm doing to do it full-bore."

John came up with the idea on Halloween. He created a website, http://www.helpjohnfindlove.com so prospective dates and their matchmaker friends could learn about him. "For this to work, I knew i'd have to put myself out there. There's nothing more bold than a 40 foot billboard."

Thusfar, Smith has had several dates from his billboard approach. "I've met women i wouldn't have met otherwise and the experience has been a very positive one." Smith says he is particularly looking for a nonsmoker, a dog lover and someone with a sense of adventure. Next June 1, Smith hopes to announce whom he has selected as his serious girlfriend and award the $1,000 to their matchmaker. Smith says the $1,000 will be in single dollar bills to commemorate his former single status.

For more info, please visit http://www.helpjohnfindlove.com or call John at 407-423-5959.


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