The combination of the online JChicago service and our large events provide multiple ways for Jewish singles to meet.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 06, 2012
Over a hundred of Chicago Jewish singles crowded into Tantrik for the launch party of a new dating service JChicago.com on August 23rd 2012.
JChicago.com is a Jewish dating and matchmaking service that will also provide events for its members to encourage people to meet face to face in a relaxed and enjoyable setting. The Launch party provided just that – there was great food, drink specials and music throughout the evening.
The JChicago project is a one-of-a-kind community wide partnership to help Jewish singles in Chicago find meaningful relationships. It is headed up by The Living Room and partners with JCC’s Kehilla, Hillel of Loyola, Chabad on Campus, Club1948, FREE of Chicago, Birthright Next, and Anshei Shalom Young Professionals.
The Chicago Jewish dating service uses a combination of both personal matchmakers and a unique matching technology to create quality suggestions for their members. JChicago matchmakers were present at the launch party, and helped facilitate matches throughout the evening. Since the event, members have been contacting their matchmakers to let them know about those people they were interested in meeting again, and the matchmakers have been sending them each other’s profiles so that they can get to know more details about each other.
“Seeing so many quality singles connect with each other at the event was amazing,” says Rabbi Moscowitz (Director of The Living Room in Bucktown). “The combination of the online JChicago service and our large events provide multiple ways for Jewish singles to meet.”
JChicago is an online Jewish dating service where local Jewish matchmakers, with the help of Advanced Computer Algorithms, assist Jewish singles of all backgrounds and observance levels with finding love and meaningful relationships. JChicago is led up by The Living Room, and is in partnership with JCC’s Kehilla, Hillel of Loyola, Chabad on Campus, Birthright NEXT Chicago, Club1948, FREE of Chicago, and Anshei Shalom B’nai Yisrael Congregation.