Cedar Hill, TX (Vocus) March 27, 2010
Dating, today, appears to be getting completely out of hand. Court television shows and horror stories from online-dating scares and scams can turn singles away from seeking companionship altogether. Finding someone to love is a basic human need, explained Pamela Hampton, owner and event planner of http://www.FutureFriendsSpeedDating.com.
Hampton is dead set on helping couples recapture the essence of dating and romance – and avoiding exploitation by predators and cheaters – by offering speed-dating services throughout the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex. The entire premise of her business is to provide truly single persons with a unique opportunity to meet other singles in a relaxed atmosphere.
So, how does she keep the dishonest cheaters away? Each member is required to complete an affidavit attesting to his or her relationship status. These documents are then cross-checked with marriage and divorce records. If a married participant somehow slips through the cracks, fear not, penalty awaits. Hampton recognizes that some may attempt to breach the protected walls of true singleton and has each participant complete an agreement to pay the company an undisclosed sum for their falsehood or omission.
With a spirit of competition, she also encourages other members to stay alert for potential cheaters by offering them an undisclosed bonus payment for ratting out any cheating participants, subject to verification. Hampton recognizes that Future Friends Speed Dating is simply a mechanism to getting singles started on the right path in dating the right types of people. Therefore, the Web site offers personal information about each member, which allows other singles (members only) to read-up on their person of interest before the date actually takes place.
“Most people spend more time researching cell phone plans than thinking about the person they may potentially marry or have children with. What’s missing from our instant, quick, everything-in-a-flash society is the opportunity to look at hard questions and answers and see if they fit into our individual sets of ideals,” Hampton explained.
“If the next guy I meet has a problem with holding down a job, I need to know that. If he doesn’t have a close relationship with his children, I need to know that. I need to know whether or not he’s a spiritual person or if he just attends church every once in a while because he has nothing more to do. That’s why I chose speed dating as a way to meet singles. This way I get to meet them face to face. I get to ask questions and look for signs of genuine interest or hesitation and apprehension in response to those hard questions.”
“I think I went out of my way to find people like me. That’s what led me to start Future Friends Speed Dating. I want to go out of my way to find single people with class and dignity and help them meet other true singles. It’s important to go above and beyond to help others find good people to spend their time with. That’s why I’m here, to help people find the best single persons possible, eradicating false impressions.”
Hampton teaches several dating steps that promise anyone following them the opportunity to know a person of the opposite sex well enough to determine if a long-term commitment is possible. Such information, as well as additional company information and other dating advice, is available at the Web site’s newly formulated blog, http://www.FutureFriendsBlog.com. This interactive tool will also include a Cheater Alert section, which will be updated weekly.
Future plans include the launch of FutureFriendsEvents.com. This Web site will become a registration portal for Future Friends Speed Networking for small businesses and Future Family Speed Meeting for couples engaged or intending to marry.
Sign up today to meet an honest and loving companion; Future Friends Speed Dating is, after all, the future of dating!
About the Company:
FutureFriendsSpeedDating.com is owned and operated by Web entrepreneur, Pamela Hampton.
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