If you've been looking for love in all the wrong places, there's one more place to check. But a warning: your search is going to be made for TV.
A new and free dating service is about to launch in January called "Operation Soulmates". It's the only one of its kind in the nation and it'll be right here in Colorado.
It already has 35,000 singles signed up who will be set up by expert matchmakers.
According to group's president, Andrew Friedman, 300 men and women will meet once a week at a public place for a matchfest, perhaps paving the way for a connection.
"We want people to believe in the fairy tale love, believe in soulmates, see something miraculous in the next year."
Operation Soulmates is also going to be a reality TV show as the weekly matchfests will be televised and broadcast on radio.
If you want more information, log-on to www.operationsoulmates.com.
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