A thousand and counting: Stir celebrates its 1000th event!

Acrobatic Duo de Luna

We’ve come a long way! On October 25th, Match.com celebrated our 1000th Stir event in San Francisco at the trendy Supperclub. Roughly 200 singles mingled at the Moulin Rouge-themed party “Cirque de l’Amour” where they had the chance to experience an evening of games, performance and DJ-infused beats. Gourmet bites, interactive games and singles in costume set the perfect scene for romance and intrigue at this unique event.

We’ve hosted all types of events for singles over the past few months, and have many exciting new events to come in the near future. From volunteer events at local food banks and movie premieres, to red carpet events for dog owners and their pups, Stir has something for everyone and offers our singles another way to connect with others.

To sign up for a Stir event, register for free HERE or sign into your Match.com account and click on the “Events” tab. Event invitations are sent to members based on their own demographics so you’ll have the opportunity to meet people like you that live near you. Almost all events offer the ability for singles to bring friends (members or non-members), so grab your best wingman or wingwoman and check out an event near you. Events fill up quick, so be sure to check in daily for new invitations!

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One Comment

  1. Posted October 26, 2012 at 1:48 pm | Permalink | Reply

    I just moved to west palm beach, and I would love to work for match.com to help plan stir events, are these jobs posted on the website or do you contract out help in each city? Please let me know, I want to help people find love!

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