Pairings – Modern Introductions Inaugurates Exclusive Matchmaking Service in Denver

Personal matchmaking service for the lesbian and gay community
opens new Denver office next to Cherry Creek Shopping Center

Nov. 5, 2013

DENVER – Charlee Brotherton, Founder and CEO of Pairings – Modern Introductions, announces the opening of the company’s new matchmaking service specifically for the lesbian and gay community, with a new office at 50 S. Steele St., Ste. 250, adjacent to Cherry Creek Shopping Center. Not an Internet dating website, Pairings – Modern Introductions is an upscale, personal matchmaking firm serving local, selective single gay men and lesbian women in the Denver Metropolitan Area.

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The exclusive Pairings process starts with an initial phone interview to pre-qualify interested gay and lesbian singles in advance. Following that phone interview, singles are invited into the company’s local office for a confidential, one-on-one interview with a Pairings Relationship Professional. All members go through a background screening process, according to Brotherton. Interested gay and lesbian singles are invited to call the Denver office at 303-653-9900.

Brotherton is the owner of the largest network of straight offline matchmaking firms in the United States, and has been widely acclaimed as an entrepreneur in the matchmaking field. She is a Certified Public Accountant with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a Certified Matchmaker’s (CMM) designation, and she has served as a board member and instructor to the Matchmaking Institute in New York.

“Our proven approach to personal matchmaking uses our clients’ Pairings Profile along with their Pairings Personality Assessment—two tools with which their personal matchmaker hand selects introductions based on the criteria set by the client,” says Brotherton. “Our matchmaker will call and pre-approve the details of each new introduction with each of our individual clients in advance. Our goal as personal matchmakers is to take the work out of finding love.”

Brotherton’s introduction services currently encompass 21 local offices in 11 states. During the past 13 years, her firm has introduced more than 100,000 couples and has been responsible for thousands of successful marriages and relationships.

Prior to joining Pairings, Vice President of Business Development Tressa O’Lear was an executive with a gay matchmaking firm in Texas. With more than 25 years’ experience, O’Lear has managed 16 matchmaking offices in eight states, successfully matching thousands of couples. She has been active in the Austin Gay Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and participated in Austin Pride in 2013.

“Our new office next to Cherry Creek Shopping Center is fabulous and perfectly representative of our company culture and our clientele,” says O’Lear. “We take pride in being the Rocky Mountain region’s exclusive, upscale gay and lesbian matchmaking firm, located in one of its premier shopping environments.”

For further information, contact Tressa O’Lear at 303.653.9900 or tressa@modernintroductions.com. Visit Pairings – Modern Introductions at http://modernintroductions.com/.

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About Pairings – Modern Introductions
Pairings – Modern Introductions is an upscale, personal matchmaking firm serving local, selective single gay men and lesbian women in the Denver Metro Area. The company’s blend of strategic marketing, comprehensive screening, personalized matchmaking, feedback and options for on-going coaching, courting and personal development provides an exclusive dating experience that has proven over two decades to be successful. Founded by nationally recognized matchmaker and entrepreneur, Charlee Brotherton, Pairings – Modern Introductions is not an Internet dating site. Clients are matched in person with real singles by an actual matchmaker. Call 303.653.9900 or visit http://modernintroductions.com/ for further information.

 

 

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