Iloveyouraccent.com celebrates as lovebirds take to the skies after finding love online.
(PRWEB) May 11, 2010 --" It's not impossible to find true love online these days" says Rochelle Peachey, founder of Iloveyouraccent.com, and she should know, her dating site will celebrate its third marriage in June, a huge feather it its relatively new cap. "17 percent of the couples who got married in the U.S. met online" Peachey states. "The stigma and concealment of finding a partner online has long gone, It's not a big deal to say 'yes we met on iloveyouraccent.com, on the contrary, these people are taking charge of their lives and actually doing something productive". The author and dating guru will attend the Florida nuptials of her latest success story as guest of honor " Iloveyouraccent.com has only been running for 6 months and the site is responsible for 3 weddings, its more than gratifying".
Vanessa is a Brit who saw Iloveyouraccent.com back in November when the site was in its testing stages. "Jack sent me a flirt and that was it, we chatted on email and then Instant Message, he made a joke about coming to Manchester and I said I would make him dinner. Next week he was here. I couldn’t believe it, all the way from California. Three weeks later we were married and I was packing my bags and heading to the sunshine with my new husband.”
Jacqueline is also a Brit who flew to Miami, Florida with a friend after a long-term relationship broke down and signed up to I Love Your Accent “just to see what it was all about”. She started chatting to Derek a Brit who lived in Fort Lauderdale. They met for a cocktail, had a wonderful evening and Jacqueline is still there 2 months later. The lovebirds will be getting married in June and both sets of parents are flying in for the ceremony. Apparently, life couldn’t be better. “Derek has an American accent now and I love it," Jacqueline laughs.
Anthony met Julie while on a business trip in Las Vegas. He had already joined Iloveyouraccent.com while living in London and purposely searched for someone to have a few drinks with while there. They had been chatting for a while when he told her he was going to be in Vegas the following week and she was ecstatic. "I love his accent, the way he says Ant-ony and I say Anthony, my girlfriends are so jealous." As the fairytale goes, they fell in love and were married last month in the Little White Wedding Chapel. Anthony is relocating to Vegas and hopes it’s the beginning of a delicious life.
Online dating and stepping outside of the comfort zone may not be everyone's cup of tea but casting the net a little wider across the pond could reel in the that special someone and open up opportunities worldwide.
http://www.iloveyouraccent.com. Don’t just say I Love Your accent, be a part of it.
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