May 19th, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LEADING PANEL OF EXPERTS HEADLINES ATLANTA EVENT
TO ANSWER QUESTION “WHY IS EVERYONE STILL SINGLE?”
This lively, interactive Town Hall-style discussion and debate on the current state of the date will be comprised of an audience of 100 of Atlanta’s most eligible bachelors facing off against 100 of its most dynamic single women to answer the question, “Why is everyone still single?”
‘We are thrilled that this unique, entertaining, and engaging event is coming to Atlanta,” says the event’s moderator, Brian Howie, nationally-renowned women’s coach and author of How to Find Love in 60 Seconds. “This great city’s singles are extremely passionate about love, the evening will be a really fun and exciting way to raise questions – and find answers – as we try to break the date stalemate!”
The May 19th show is the 18th stop of a 45-city national tour, and features a panel of the nation’s most prominent relationship experts, including Stephan LaBossiere, Relationship Coach, Speaker, and Best-Selling Author; Josh Maverick, Dating and Lifestyle Coach and Founder of Airtight Game; Dejuan Miller, CEO of Heartbeat Matchmaker, Speaker, and Relationship Expert; Sarah Kathryn Smith, Founder of 1 on 1 Matchmaking and Eight at Eight; Ellen Smoak, Relationship Expert, Media Personality, and Author of Breakups are a Bitch; and Janis Spindel, America’s Top Matchmaker, Speaker, and Best-Selling Author.
Tickets for this event are $40 and are available online at www.greatlovedebate.com, Showtime is at 7:30pm.
Seating is extremely limited (100 per gender), all attendees receive admission to the “Meet, Greet, Mix, Mingle & Match” party which immediately follows the show at Ormsby’s.
For further details and media inquiries, please contact Wendy DeFeudis from GeneratePR via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 646.522.0604.
For future tour dates and panelist information, please visit www.greatlovedebate.com.
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