San Francisco, CA, August 14, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Single women who have had negative experiences with narcissistic womanizers are invited to meet the polar opposites of Donald Trump on Saturday, September 23, 2017, 8pm, at Monroe Nightclub, 473 Broadway, San Francisco, CA.
"Donald Trump has five qualities that most women prefer in a romantic partner: Older (he is 71), Taller (he is 6’3”), Wealthier (he is a billionaire), Well-Educated (he 'went to the finest schools'), and Dominant Alpha Male," says Rich Gosse, featured speaker at the event.
Single men who are the polar opposites of these five qualities are invited to the party: Bachelors who are Younger, Shorter, Poorer, Less-educated, and Shy.
The party is based on the new book, "The Donald Trump Syndrome: Why Women Choose the Wrong Men to Love" (Marin Publications: San Rafael CA, August 2017), by Rich Gosse.
The party begins at 8pm with a fun Mixer Game that makes it easy to meet new friends. Next, Mr. Gosse discusses his new book. The evening concludes with a Dance Party featuring the house DJ playing current hits.
"Donald Trump lost the women’s vote by twelve percentage points in the 2016 Presidential Election," writes Mr. Gosse. "But when it comes to marriage, he is clearly the lady’s choice. Most single women would react with horror if they were told they desire a Trump-like husband, but that’s what millions secretly want.
"The Donald Trump Syndrome is the first book that identifies key Donald Trump qualities that most single women unknowingly endorse as those of the ideal husband. The book applies this to the dating world and reveals why so many women can’t meet a good man."
Author Rich Gosse is the chairman of The Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization; and Executive Director of The International Association of Dating Websites. He is the author of 8 books on dating, including Singles Guide to America, You CAN Hurry Love, and A Good Man is EASY to Find (“This is a great book!” Oprah Winfrey) His controversial views on dating have been featured by hundreds of major TV/Radio/Print media, including Oprah, NBC’s Today Show, ABC’s Night Line, Fox’s Neil Cavuto Show, CNBC, MSNBC, BBC, The London Times, Toronto Star, The Australian, The New Zealand Herald, Newsweek, Cosmopolitan, Business Week, Playboy, Playgirl, etc. His personal website is www.richgosse.com. Rich Gosse is available to the news media for interviews by calling 415-479-3800 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The book is available to the news media upon request.
Admission to the party is $20 at the door. Adults of all ages are welcome. Discounts and information on more singles parties are available at www.thepartyhotline.com.
Contact: Tom Andrews, 415-479-3800