Eat, drink and get your sexy back! Win a $200 dinner date for two
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 19, 2012
With approximately 1,500 active dating sites and 40+ million singles looking for love online, Bad Online Dates (http://badonlinedates.com) launches a Spring Fever Dinner Date Sweepstakes for six weeks (April 19-May 29.) Instead of planning the standard coffee date or going to the local pub with a heartthrob from Match.com, eHarmony, Zoosk, Christian Mingle, Plenty of Fish, OK Cupid, or that friend-of-a-friend from last weekend’s BBQ, singles can go all out by entering to win a $200 dinner gift certificate for two for their favorite restaurant in this Bad Online Dates Facebook and Twitter sweepstakes.
With 81% of singles lying about height, weight or age in online dating profiles (New York Times), spring fever can provide new hope for singles that love can be found. From the guy who forgot his wallet to the girl who took a date’s car to go see an ex-boyfriend, Bad Online Dates offers comic relief and hope that love does exist despite all the bad dates. “Looking for love can be lonely and isolating. Every aspect of what I do within the singles world is to promote hope,” says Jennifer Kelton, CEO/Founder Bad Online Dates.”
As serotonin levels rise and the days grow longer, singles are more inspired to impress a first date or love match. This Bad Online Dates Spring Fever Dinner Date Sweepstakes can give those distracted in meetings with love struck gazes with endless daydreaming of the possibilities. Along with choosing a bottle of red or a bottle of white, the winner can decide to dine at Applebees, Wokano, Palominos or wherever romance strikes. * (*As long as the restaurant is in the US and offers gift certificates.)
While Internet Dating can be overwhelming with too many bad date experiences, all it takes is that one special connection. According to Reuters, singles who meet online actually get married faster within 18.5 months versus 42 months if a couple meets in the real world. And the Internet dating success rates keep rising as it becomes something everyone tries versus hides. 31% of US citizens are now using dating websites, and the average age is 48 (Online Dating Book.)
Even the scientists agree that as winter fades, our behavior changes by what is spring fever. "There's more daylight, so people have more energy, sleep a little less," Sanford Auerbach, M.D., director of the Sleep Disorders Center at Boston University. And this seasonal energy boost and impulsive behaviors lend urgency to thinking about romance and what to do during time off. For a fun a timely interview about romantic date ideas and this Bad Online Dates Spring Fever Dinner Date Sweepstakes, please contact:
About Bad Online Dates and Founder/CEO Jennifer Kelton
BadOnlineDates.com is a social community that has been created to turn negative dating experiences into positive ones. Founder/CEO Jennifer Kelton is an entrepreneur, author, social media innovator and dating advisor, whose been investigating the game of love for 30 years. Kelton is Founder and CEO of Bad Online Dates, Green Knights Entertainment, Bad Date TV, a new Internet dating game show, Dating in Disguise, and Author of Don't Use My Sweater Like a Towel, a candid dating guide. Her work and book have been featured on CNN Living, The Washington Post, iPad News Tracker, TIME Travel, Seattle Weekly, ABC KGTV San Diego, KTVU FOX Oakland, Mashable and many other media. Fans can laugh, post bad dates and get dating advice on BadOnlineDates.com, and follow on Twitter http://twitter.com/badonlinedates, Facebook Fan page http://facebook.com/badonlinedates, Bad Date TV http://baddatetv.com and Bad Dates App.