Dating website on shark tank
Robert Herjavec tells Brennen, “You have the perfect answers, but they're all based on theory.” Mark Cuban wants to know what sets Three Day Rule apart.Brennen explains that the vetting process sets her business apart.The name of the business is a slightly sarcastic dig at one of the dating rules professed in the popular book, The Rules, in which there is a rule published that states you should wait three days before calling someone you just met that you're interested in dating.Brennen wanted to create a dating experience that transcends the “game playing” most online dating platforms encourage.*/ A.declarative('redeem Promo Code', 'click', function(event) ); /* UTILITY FUNCTIONS show Promos In Popover Render a list if promotions that will be applied to this purchase in the popover below the input box for redeeming a claim code.Three Day Rule is a new, exclusive online dating site that entrepreneur Val Brennen pitches in Shark Tank episode 424.
It took more than three days, but Three Day Rule may have found its foothold in the dating industry.
Busy professionals, she realized, don't have the time for games or for the traditional “bar scene.” Current statistics indicate 20 percent of people in a new, committed relationship met on a dating site and Three Day Rule thinks its methods are better than the rest.
Three Day Rule is invitation only and members must pass a screening process to be accepted into the program.
It connects to user's Facebook accounts and uses key profile information - gender, age, educational background, religious preference, and ethnicity as well as mutual friends - to create a perfect match using high-tech algorithms.'I don't want to bash Tinder, but people mostly use it for entertainment or hook ups and it's given online dating a bad reputation and made people hesitant to be associated with online dating,' she said.
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