Around 50 per cent of our clients are now in serious relationships and we’ve already had two marriages. Christmas and Valentine’s Day are coming up and people do not want to be alone.Everyone wants someone to love and we offer a confidential, relaxed and safe environment for members to introduce themselves,” Asta explained.Dating online has both positives and negatives but it’s not for everyone.Speed Dating Limerick hopes these people will entrust in them to provide local singles with face to face meetings with genuine local single people for some fun and excitement.“The people who come to us are looking for long-term relationships.
This new local business has been set up by David Churchley who invested his time and money into creating a new website for singles in the area to purchase tickets to speed dating events held locally The majority of single people in the Limerick area work hard Monday through Friday and may find it difficult to meet a number of potential dates in their spare time.The ladies take a seat at the designated table and the men will spend up to 5 minutes with their date and then move on to the next table.Both parties will use their date card to record if they would like to find out more about that person and if both parties want to see each other again this is classed as a match.“I have noticed that Irish men want to meet women from different countries. But the women aren’t as concerned about age and nationality and are more concerned about finding a suitable partner,” she said.
SPEAKING ON RTÉ Radio 1 yesterday, the broadcaster’s director general Dee Forbes said that there had been negotiations with the government where RTÉ had sought an increase to the cost of the TV licence.Operated by Lithuanian matchmaker Asta Bautreniene, Amour Arrow opened its first office in Mayo three years ago and has now over 2,000 clients in Ireland aged between 21 and 75.