Elaine Saunders, a Matchmaker with over 20 years of experience will take the "crazy" out of dating for you and introduce you to quality, professional singles in your area!
Exclusively serving The Merrimack Valley region of New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts. Our service is affordable, and if you really want to meet someone special, you can't afford not to try it!
It is impossible to trust those on-line profiles and really know who you will meet. We have relationships with all of our clients and anyone we would introduce you to.
We do not release any of your personal information or desires unless to someone we introduce you to.
We pre-screen and verify identity for all of our clients.
It's our job to get to know you. Based on your unique personality, lifestyle, likes, dislikes, and values, we understand exactly who will be a suitable and rewarding match.
Never again will you have to spend hours browsing thousands of online profiles or hanging out at the bar, writing dozens of emails and spending the evening alone when a prospect doesn't show up for your date. We take care of all those details and because we market you to a well-defined target community based on what you are looking for, time is never wasted.
We meet with every person we will ever introduce you to. With online dating, there is no way to know if the person behind the profile is who they say they are.
We follow up after each date for feedback from you and them. Using this feedback we are able to zero in on your perfect match. We also offer coaching for all of our clients looking for that extra help.
Once a man or woman reaches their forties or fifties in our world today, meeting people can be nearly impossible. The social structures that welcomed large social contact in their younger years are out of arms reach, and one may be unsure of just where to look for someone to love. The days of college are over, and dating coworkers may seem impractical or impossible. The largest public places for meeting others seem to be bars, however undignified and unlikely of places they are to start potentially the most important relationship in your life. So, where does a Boomer find love?
This modern age waves the flag of the internet and technology as its champion, and the question of loneliness is often sought to be answered using these methods. In the past decade, internet dating websites have become astoundingly popular and plentiful. Many Boomers may reach to sites such as these to help them. However, sites like these have flaws that make love and happiness hard to find. These sites are hotspots for those who hold the wrong intention, and a Boomer can easily be caught in a predatory web. The problem with internet dating is the lack of a personal and friendly touch. The cold screen of the monitor can’t protect the user from any of those who might hope to scam or harm them, despite the “safe” nature the sites proclaim, and surely can’t provide them with an individual, personalized matchmaking experience.
The logical place to go, then, is to a personal matchmaker. Although they’re hardly present in the social consciousness, matchmakers are still alive in our country today. They are professional people who devote their lives to helping one to find the love they both want and deserve. Catering to each on a close and very personal level, the matchmaker can get to know the client that can help them use their expertise to match them with someone who they’re compatible with. The matchmaker will be able to provide their attention and intuition to find them the perfect match and bring a smile to the client’s face. The lies, false implications, and fake pictures distributed on internet dating sites, and the awkward meetings and introductions of meeting at a bar is completely removed from the picture, leaving the client with a simple, comfortable, and effective alternative to help them along on their journey towards happiness.
For a member of the Boomer generation, matchmakers are quite certainly the best choice to make for help in finding love. Despite all the things that have changed since their heydays, love and happiness are not simply things of the past. Love can live on and be just as meaningful and important as it was when they were younger, if only they know where to look. Matchmakers, in this isolating new age, can often be the helping hand one needs to lead them to a happy, love-filled life that they might otherwise only dream about. —Austin R. Saunders December, 2011