June 11, 2013
Chicago, IL (RPRN) 06/11/13 — Sheldon Cooper said, “MeetAt6.com appears to be the best choice for safe online dating.” And that if he was wrong, well…he’d know it. Rachel hopes that the guy who has her number, home address, and email isn’t a psycho while Manti T’eo wishes he was on MeetAt6 because he could have seen his fake girlfriend.
Although neither personality actually said anything about MeetAt6, today’s social media viral gift of Memes has helped the new dating site get noticed by thousands of people in just a few days. “Our marketing team decided it would be a great way to address the issues many single professionals face when trying online dating,” notes James Parker, CEO/Founder of MeetAt6.com.
Each meme addresses everything from safety, bad dates, catfishing, stalkers, and fake or outdated profile pictures. “At MeetAt6, we believe we have the answer for each issue facing singles, especially safety.” notes Mr. Parker. With a Facebook appeal, built-in video chat, fun, safe, interactive group dates, and a lot more features, MeetAt6 makes it easy for people to get to know one another
|I hope he's not Psycho|
“Our method to online dating gives our subscribed members, particularly women, the great feeling of safety because they don’t have to give out their number or email and they don’t have to worry about someone they just met online picking them up from their home,” adds Mr. Parker. All communication can be done via MeetAt6 and the site creates free, fun group dates that members can simply RSVP for. “If you like the outdoors and want to meet someone who shares your interests, we have dates for that. If you like museums, jazz, wine tastings, dancing, etc., we have dates for that as well. Single Parents, 40 and over, pet owners, etc., we have the dates for you. MeetAt6.com is the future of online dating,” notes Mr. Parker
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