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Love train: Metro to host Valentine’s Day speed dating on Red Line
Love train: Metro to host Valentine's Day speed dating on Red Line - Los Angeles Times
Federal, state, and local health authorities are in agreement that slowing down the rate of transmission is of key importance. The aim is to prevent a breaking point at which our health care system becomes too overloaded to deal with those cases who develop life-threatening complications. Our expertise as event organizers and matchmakers is in bringing people together. It is very rewarding for us to see people connect in-person and potentially find a life partner. But, we also believe that we have an important role to play in protecting our community at large. This is a temporary measure and we look forward to rescheduling our Catch Speed Dating events as soon as the situation allows. In in the meantime, we are working on ways to shift to online activities.
Catch Speed Dating Events
You've probably seen the concept on popular TV shows and movies but have you gone Speed Dating yet? We facilitate the whole thing so there's no awkwardness, no pressure, no embarrassment and no games Pre-Dating then emails each guest a list of participants who would like to hear from them again! Odds are you'll have one or more matches more than two-thirds of Pre-Daters match with at least one person.
As soon as Sam Oglesby stepped onto the Red Line car with roommate Jack Meighan, they introduced themselves to a nearby woman and began talking over the din — the roar of the train and the unusual chatter of nearly two dozen strangers. Two Metro cupids in red and white costumes, wings and all, made rounds with passengers who rode from Union Station to Hollywood and back on designated cars adorned with hearts, garland-wrapped poles and cupid window stickers. Enthusiastic Metro employees welcomed ladies to trains that lacked them or pointed out men to mingling women. A man in a neon vest blew his whistle to signal a switch every two minutes with a rhythmic shoulder shake.