For the first time men can avoid their greatest fear at a singles event: rejection. The No Rejection Dance, Friday, November 16, 2012, 8pm-Midnight, is at Neptune’s at Pier 39, San Francisco. Women will compete to see who dances with the most men that evening, with prizes.
“Singles events are often little different than high school dances in the gym, with the boys on one side and the girls on the other,” says Rich Gosse, who has produced over 1,000 singles dances worldwide over the past 35 years. “Everyone is still scared to death decades later. The men complain about rejection. The women are upset that they sit at their tables all night, impatiently waiting for ‘gutless wonders’ to ask them to dance. Both sides are equally unhappy. Tonight’s party is an attempt to solve this perennial problem.”
Rich Gosse is America’s foremost authority on finding a romantic partner. He is the author of eight books on the subject, including You CAN Hurry Love, Singles Guide to America, and A Good Man Is EASY to Find (“This is a great book!” Oprah Winfrey). His controversial advice has been featured by ABC’s Nightline, BBC, CBS’s Eye to Eye with Connie Chung, CNN, CNBC, Fox, MSNBC, NBC’s Today Show, Oprah, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, London Times, The Australian, New Zealand Herald, Newsweek, Business Week, Time, Cosmopolitan, Playboy, Playgirl, etc. Mr. Gosse is available to the news media for interviews by calling 415-479-3800. Some of his interviews are featured on his website at www.richgosse.com.
This event is sponsored by The Society of Single Professionals, the world's largest non-profit singles organization. The cost is $20 at the door, which includes dancing to today’s hottest hits and the greatest hits of yesteryear. Adults of all ages are welcome.
Anyone wishing more information about this and many more events for singles may visit www.thepartyhotline.com or call 415/507-9962.