Create a Match.com Summer Singles Event and Win

No one gets the thrill – and some would say, misery – of online dating than the relationship experts at Match.com. Last year, the folks who put online dating on the map added another layer of pizzaz to the dating matrix with the launch of Match.com Stir Events, which are exclusive, offline single events for their members.

In the first year, Match.com hosted a whopping 2,850 events nationwide with 1,200 partners, including House of Blues, Banana Republic, Sur la Table and Warrior Dash, along with local favorites in host cities. Broken down, it came to 14 events each day, 75 events a week, 320 per month.

The Stir events were an instant success and the perfect antidote for singles with Starbucks fatigue, as more than 200,000 people how showed up.  The following YouTube video perhaps explains it best:

To celebrate their one-year anniversary Match.com is offering Stir Events in over 80 cities across America. They’re even hitting Anchorage and Honolulu. Bob sledding, perhaps?

This time around, however, Match.com is seeking the advice and wisdom of the folks who know what makes for a perfect date: their members.

Rollerblading in Central Park? Drinks on top of the Empire State Building? A sunset cruise around Manhattan? Dim sum in Chinatown?

Got an idea for a great Stir event? Do share! Visit Match.com’s “What Stirs You?” Contest Page at http://promotion.binkd.com/Enter.aspx?id=8793, between now through Tuesday May 28th, 2013 and tell Match.com what you think would make for the perfect singles event.

Entries will be judged based on quality, creativity, uniqueness and geographical relevance. The selected winner will have their idea re-created by the Match.com Stir Events team in their city, and will receive an invitation to attend the event along with ten of their singles friends – all at no charge. In addition, the winner will also receive a free six-month Match.com subscription.

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