According to clients, there’s more to Lunch Date than meets the eye

Clients say you shouldn't expect to find this guy among Mike Green's roster of 600 eligible singles.
Dating in Cleveland is hard. People work long hours, students graduate from college and move to larger cities, and that well-written personal ad you so loved on Craigslist turns out to be penned by a hooker. So some Clevelanders, desperate for love, are willing to pay big bucks to find it, doling out upwards of $800 to personal matchmakers. Mike Green of Lunch Date promises great things for the love-lorn, namely a database full of upscale, professional, good-looking matches that he’s personally sorted. One would expect they’d all be single. Maybe people shouldn’t have such high expectations…
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