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Don't miss your chance to meet lots of great singles at our popular speeddating events in New Jersey and Long Island!
Our events were featured on 20/20 and the Barbara Walters special "Living to be 150" and we are recognized for hosting the largest and best speeddating events in the tri-state area.
At each event you will receive eight 8-minute dates with people in your age group, plus the chance to meet everyone else in multiple age groups from 20's to 60's.
We usually have between 50 & 100 attendees at each event, so there is lots of opportunity to meet, mingle and match with other great singles, just like you!
It is an awesome game where the contestant has one minute to complete random games made from household items.
A few years back I submitted an audition tape to the Amazing Race…obviously, I didn’t make it. ) Anyhow…when NBC started Minute to Win It, my husband and I got hooked.
(Hard to explain, but just watch the videos on the website.)You’ll want to create a game board listing each level, the team names, and how many lives they have left.You can chose how many games/levels you want to do, but we kept it at eight.This took us about an hour and a half to do, not including dinner.All of the games/levels are found on the website here.They give you the name, the supplies you’ll need, and an explanation video – they call it a Blueprint – of how to play each game.I chose games that I thought would be fun (or funny to watch) and that could be done in couples.A few of them did end up being a single person playing, but it worked out well for us.I taped the game board up at the park and each of the teams loved checking out the other team names.They also were curious and speculating about what each level would involve based on the name.(By the way, the names of the levels are hilarious!Whoever came up with them are very creative.)We randomly took turns on which team would start – in case there was a strategy advantage to be learned by watching. At the end we rewarded the Grand Prize winner and all other participants with random funny gifts from the Dollar Store – Mouthwash, a sombrero, gardening gloves, a sponge, and a giant water gun.