It’s tough to tell when an internet phenomenon reaches actual meme status.
It’s a balmy night in Manhattan’s financial district, and at a sports bar called Stout, everyone is Tindering.
The tables are filled with young women and men who’ve been chasing money and deals on Wall Street all day, and now they’re out looking for hookups.
The club also works closely with leading psychologists, relationship counselors, date coaches, hypnotherapists and image consultants, as well as with a variety of top-notch personal trainers and hairstylists.
The Millionaire’s Club knows that chemistry is everything, which is why catering to its members’ precise standards remains its top priority.
The site includes a special “celebrity guest columnist” section for fans to follow and get a sneak peak into the world of love plus the exclusive Love Report podcast can also be heard on i Tunes.
There is no site like Patti that gives you 24/7 relationship advice at your fingertips.
Her format has been copied by many other organizations, but none have equaled Patti Stanger’s extraordinary success.
Prior to starting the Millionaire’s Club, Patti Stanger served five years as the Director of Marketing for Great Expectations, one of the oldest dating services in the United States.
And men in other quote-un-quote prestige fields rarely suffer the same stigma. That’s not really a “thing.” Sure, they happen — but rarely is the phrase “that’s what you get for going out with a doctor!
” uttered when someone recounts a terrible date with an MD.
This week saw yet another jaw-dropping tale of Wall Street prattishness, this time in the form of a post-date survey. (This is the case with a lot of these confessional, finance-date posts.) After going on a handful of dates, the tipster (a woman) says the pair parted ways — at which point she received a “Date Response Form.” It was a post-mortem review sheet, courtesy of Mike. ” (coupled with “Are you a feminist,” amusingly enough) and “How are Mike’s conversation skills? It reads like the dialogue from a mediocre, experimental one-act play.