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TV Celebs At Wellington Singles Seminar

TV Celebs At Wellington Singles Seminar – 7-8 November 2009


Wellington - Matchcompany.co.nz - The Wellington matchmaking company Matchcompany is holding a singles seminar this weekend at Wellington for singles and featuring television celebrities and some mystery prizes.

The seminar is intended for those seeking to relationship advice, along with other key advice to enhance relationships and to permit singles to increase their chances of dating success.

"We're really pleased to have people like Pinky Agnew, Sally-Anne Moffat from the Good Morning Show and the very experienced presenter Daphne James all talking or entertaining us about their areas of expertise, along with other speakers," said Matchcompany director Rosie Bowie.

The seminar looks at relationships and how to succeed at dating and developing a successful relationship, along with talks about nutrition for good health, finance and legal information for singles entering a relationship and a variety of other issues that deal with new – or old – relationships.

The seminar runs at Portofino restaurant at Queens Wharf on November 7 and 8. Details are available from the Matchcompany.co.nz website.

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