There are more than 1.4 million people who call Palm Beach County home. But even with such a vast number of residents, finding true love is still a subject that evades many. Bradley Ramsey, creator of Pursue Dating, hopes to change this in the urban community. The Palm Beach County resident says he created Pursue Dating as a way to heal the black community and reestablish the dynamics of the black family. “We’re intentional about making good connections.” Ramsey says. This he believes is the core of creating the foundation of a great community.
Pursue Dating is an online platform that specifically targets black, single professional Christians. The dating site is available on both web browsers and as an app download for mobile devices. Ramsey plans to take his connection portal to the next level by hosting live dating-centered events. The first, a speed-dating event, will take place on Saturday, Feb. 25 at 1233 45th Street, Suite C-1 in West Palm Beach.
Event goers can expect to meet at least 30 new prospects in five-minute increments during speed dating sessions. Hence, Ramsey suggests that all guests “dress to impress, be yourself and let your personality shine through.” At the end of speed dates, guests will be allowed to give event organizers a list of up to three individuals they would like to meet for another date outside of the event. Ramsey and his team will then make follow-up calls on behalf of guests.
Ramsey hopes events like this will help individuals learn and master the fundamentals of dating, while bringing a new experience to Palm Beach County’s urban communities.
For more information on Pursue Dating and to purchase tickets for Saturday’s event visit www.pursuedating.eventbrite.com.
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