Scenario: You enter the store with a good friend, preferably male, and you’re “searching” for a suit.There is a man there, hopefully single, browsing for a suit, needy for a woman’s opinion –and you just happen to be there.Someone else’s work party: When the holiday season rolls around, holiday parties are mainstay for not only fun but networking opportunities.People rarely think of these events as a possible platform for meeting love interests, however, but it’s a great way to connect with other professions in an organic and celebratory environment.And the statistics say that most of those white men are looking to date someone who “share their racial background.” That means that, for the most part, black women’s profiles are passed by.At Elite Singles our goal is to help you to find someone to love.
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Men and women, alike, flood the post-work bar scene, interacting on various levels.
Seasonal ballads such as “All I want for Christmas is You,” have finally been dismissed from public circulation, yet you are still yearning for that special someone to share time with, even if it isn’t for time spent “beneath the Christmas tree.” It’s difficult to find like-minded individuals now-a-days, particularly during the holiday season.
This is especially true of black professionals, hoping to find romance outside of the work place. We’ve done a wee bit of field research into the realm of black professional dating, and we’ve discovered a few surefire ways for you to have a sweetie to serenade the next time Christmas songs are back in season.Brooks Brothers Suits (713 North Michigan Avenue), Astor & Black Custom Clothiers (600 W Jackson Blvd), Black Suits at Macy’s (111 North State Street) are business men hot-spots.