Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 03, 2012
On October 14, 2012, Dinner for Six will celebrate the 18th anniversary of its first Denver dating dinner. Founded in August of 1994, Dinner for Six hosted its first dinner on October 14, 1994. Since then, Dinner for Six has hosted more than 1500 dinners at a wide range of unique restaurants in both the Denver metro area and in Boulder. They've also included over 300 group events incorporating other Boulder and Denver date night ideas such as wine pairing dinners, wine tastings, holiday parties at the Brown Palace, ski trips, cooking classes, hikes, white water rafting trips, bike rides, museum gatherings, co-sponsored charity events, and more.
Dinner for Six is a singles dining club, not a Denver internet dating service. However, because they match diners with people who are of similar age with common interests, many diners do form relationships. The membership of Dinner for Six averages approximately 8 marriages a year.
"We take the stress out of dating," Dinner for Six owner Robert Denison says. "Our exclusive profile ensures that you'll have a memorable evening at a fantastic restaurant, with single professionals who share many of the same interests as you."
For new members who join the service by October 14, the per-dinner event fee of $15 will be waived for the anniversary dinner.
Dinner for Six has been featured in stories by the Denver Post, Rocky Mountain News, Colorado Home and Life Style, WB2 News, and several radio shows. For more information on the Denver dating alternative offered by the Dinner for Six dining club, visit their website at http://www.dinnerforsix.com, or call (303) 777-0700.