Norwell, MA, October 27, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Paul A. Falzone, CEO of the world’s largest bricks and mortar dating service The Right One and Together Dating, as well as online hybrid eLove.com shares “cool” dating ideas sure to stimulate conversation and improve the bond between you and your date in the coming months:
Hiking and leaf peeping. Take a hike in the woods or up the mountain and enjoy the crisp air and foliage. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy it when you reach your destination.
Enjoy an evening hayride. Bring those blankets and a thermos of hot chocolate. A Haunted Hayride will surely keep you two cuddled up.
Scenic train excursion. Far removed from the subway, enjoy a scenic train ride which often includes a little bit of history and dinner as you leisurely chug along.
Take in a minor league game. Not everyone is a season ticket holder for their favorite football team. But you and your date can still enjoy some great minor league games.
Let the music play. Get concert tickets to you and your date’s favorite band and arrive via limo. Tickets sold out? See if a tribute band is playing somewhere local. They can make for a truly amusing night out.
Broadway, opera and the ballet. From Monty Pythons’ “Spamalot” to “Carmen” and “The Nutcracker”, there’s a show out there for every audience. Do your homework and you’re sure to find performing art you’ll both enjoy.
Horse drawn carriage or sleigh ride. Snow or no snow, cuddling under a blanket during a horse drawn ride makes for an incredibly romantic date.
Evening ice skating. Glide along together on the town common ice surrounded by “twinkle lights” adorning the trees.
Hit the slopes. Let it snow. Build a snowman together; have a snowball fight; go skiing, snowboarding or sledding. Get out and enjoy those frigid temps and then come back in and warm yourselves with hot cocoa or toddy by the fire…or in the Jacuzzi.
Catering to more than 300,000 members at 60 locations throughout North America, The Right One and Together Dating are the largest bricks and mortar dating services in the industry, offering a more consistent product, a greater number of potentially compatible mates and added value of flexibility in transferring memberships to another geographic region.
The Right One’s offices and affiliates located throughout the United States include: California (San Diego); Colorado (Glendale); Florida (Miami); Georgia (Atlanta); Kansas (Wichita and Overland Park); Illinois (Downers Grove, Rockford and Bloomington); New Jersey (Cherry Hill, Hackensack); Massachusetts (Norwell, Newton, Shrewsbury and Woburn); Nebraska (Omaha and Lincoln); Pennsylvania (King of Prussia, Pittsburgh and Monroeville); Rhode Island (Warwick); Texas (Dallas, Austin); and Wisconsin (Madison, Appleton, Brookfield).
North American locations and affiliates of Together are: California (Encino, Irvine, Los Angeles, Upland); Florida (Palm Beach, Vero Beach); Georgia (Savannah); Indiana (Ft. Wayne, Indianapolis, South Bend); Kentucky (Lexington, Louisville); Maryland (Columbia, Frederick); Minnesota (Minneapolis); Nevada (Reno); New Hampshire (Hooksett, Nashua, Portsmouth and Salem); New Jersey (Bridgewater, Clark, Colts Neck and Lawrenceville); Ohio (Cincinnati); Pennsylvania (Mechanicsburg); South Carolina (Greenville); South Dakota (Sioux Falls); Texas (San Antonio, Beaumont and Houston) and Virginia (Falls Church).
For more information about Together Dating and The Right One, please visit their websites at www.therightone.com, www.togetherdating.com, and www.elove.com or call (800) 818-DATE (3283).
(Editor note: For interviews with the colorful and articulate Paul A. Falzone, CEO of eLove, The Right One and Together Dating and the author of a book on the history of dating, please contact Steve Dubin, PR Works, at (781) 582-1061 or, by e-mail, at firstname.lastname@example.org.)