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Re: [Dallas-Professional-Singles] Appalled, Embarassed, and Disappointed (READ BELOW)

From: Mark
Sent on: Friday, October 18, 2013 4:44 PM
That's a good point, Michael. I was wondering the same thing when these dating events started being scheduled for this group over a year ago.

For the people who keep asking to be removed from the group, that is another example of how unprofessional some members in this group are. Asking others to do something that is your responsibility is quite irresponsible. If you want to be removed from the group, I suggest you take matters into your hands like a mature, professional adult. Simply go to the group home page, click on My Profile (right side of page, same line as Home, Members, etc) and select "Leave this group".

From: Michael <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Friday, October 18,[masked]:22 PM
Subject: Re: [Dallas-Professional-Singles] Appalled, Embarassed, and Disappointed (READ BELOW)

I am an organizer in Houston but I do a few events with this group when visiting my brother. First off I will probably leave this group because why in the world would the organizers allow for a "speed dating" event?  Meetup is to make friends and from there you can find dating partners. Why would organizers even consider doing business with you sleazeballs? Ever since I joined for the life of me I couldn't understand why anyone would allow a dating service to have anything to do with the group. I organize two groups and trust me, I would never allow this sort of thing to be planned in my groups. This is just tacky and shame on the organizers for subjecting their members to this nonsense.


-----Original Message-----
>From: Singleredhead89 <[address removed]>
>Sent: Oct 18,[masked]:08 PM
>To: [address removed]
>Subject: Re: [Dallas-Professional-Singles] Appalled, Embarassed, and Disappointed (READ BELOW)
>Sorry I don't check this email often. Also,maybe host it somewhere closer to Lewisville?
>On Fri, Oct 18,[masked]:54 AM CDT Chris Feliciano wrote:
>>As you know yesterday we were host to the Swank event, which was to  be a great evening of combining the class and professionalism of a  networking event with the social atmosphere that allows subtle  flirting.  Going into the event, we had over 53 meetup RSVP's and  comments to the effect of "can't wait to meet everyone."  We always  anticipate that not all 53 of those RSVP's will show up and figure we  can get around 30 or more, but last night was one for the record books.
>>While we were hosting both events in Dallas and San  Antonio, I was receiving texts to update me on attendance numbers and  overall success (or lack thereof).  While San Antonio completely sold  out their tickets, Dallas was only able to get 1 person yes you ready  that right 1 person out of the 53 RSVP's.  I literally shook my head  after reading the text knowing that our host Holly had invested time in  coordinating with the venue, answering your questions on meetup, and  finally showing up to host.  I am very disappointed at the many that  RSVP'd and did not have the decency to at least let us know they weren't  going to make it.  While in your world it is easy to simply not show  up, we have a venue that expects a set number of people and also we're  just as nervous making sure everyone that shows has a good time.
>>I'm  sure some have skipped ahead of this email already, but for those still  reading - I need your help.  What exactly is it about Dallas, compared  to other Texas cities, where people just don't honor their RSVP's?  Has  it been your previous experience where it's totally acceptable to be a  flake in this city, or was it something we did ourselves?  My goal is to  NOT only do Speed Dating events and throw swanky events for  professionals in this city.  In our other cities, we are already  planning on booking a Salsa instructor, acrobat dancers, and possibly a  fire breather for one of our networking events.  When it comes to  Dallas, I can't even get more than 10 people even after 50 something  RSVP's.  Your feedback is critical, please respond back to any ideas on  how to improve the marketing for this event or insights on the lack of  RSVP's.
>>Thanks for your time,
>>Chris Feliciano
>>Managing Director
>>Scenergy Dating LLC
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