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									       Man Swap Enables Single Women to Exchange Bachelors

World's First Man Swap Takes Place on March 9, 2013 in the San Francisco Bay

San Rafael, CA - February 18, 2013 -- Contact: Tom Andrews, 415/479-3800

Single women are invited to swap the finest bachelors they know, with whom they are
NOT romantically involved (brothers, fathers, sons, co-workers, ex-husbands, etc.),
Saturday, March 9, 2013, 8pm-Midnight, at the Marriott Hotel, 11950 Dublin Canyon
Blvd, Pleasanton, CA. The cost is $20 at the door, which includes dancing to your
favorite hits. As an incentive, each man/woman pair who RSVP receive 2-for-1
admission, $10 apiece.

"Many women believe that all the men in the Bay Area are either married, gay, or
dead," says Rich Gosse, Chairman of The Society of Single Professionals, the world's
largest non-profit singles organization. "At the first-ever Man Swap we will refute the
myth that there is a shortage of quality single men in the Bay Area."

Mr. Gosse is America's foremost authority on meeting a romantic partner. He is the
author of eight books on the subject, including A Good Man Is EASY to Find. ("This is a
great book!" Oprah Winfrey). His expert advice has been featured by ABC's Nightline,
BBC, CBS, CNBC, CNN, Fox News Live, MSNBC, NBC's Today Show, Oprah, The
Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Cosmopolitan, Business Week, Playboy, Playgirl, The
London Times, The Australian, The New Zealand Herald, etc. Mr. Gosse is available to
the news media for interviews by calling 415/479-3800.

Anyone wishing more information about this and many more parties for singles may
call 415/507-9962 or visit

Rich Gosse
Society of Single Professionals
205 Mark Twain Avenue, San Rafael CA 94903

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