Shalom Life Launches First Annual Bachelor Contest


Contest open to Jewish women in Toronto looking for their dream man.


By: CULTURE STAFF  
Published: May 4th 2011
in Culture » Society


Six weeks, Six women, One Hebrew hunk, No roses

Are you or do you know a nice, single Jewish girl (20 to 35 years old) in the Greater Toronto Area who’s been looking for love in all the wrong places? Are you tired of your mother nagging you to find a nice Jewish boy?

 

Today, Shalom Life announces the launch of “The Bachelor 2011: Six weeks. Six women. One Hebrew hunk. No roses.” For the next four weeks eligible bachelorettes with lots of chutzpah in and around Toronto can go to Shalomlife.com/eng/bachelor and apply to meet, date and, who knows, maybe even fall in love with one of the city’s hottest Jewish singles.

 

Who is this Hebrew hunk? Shalom Life is keeping his identity hidden until the six women he chooses to date are revealed in June. “All we can say is that this man is tall, dark and handsome. He’s funny, charismatic, charming, sweet and successful. He’s quite the catch,” says Lisa Goldman, Shalom Lifes culture editor.

 

The bachelor will date six women and will eliminate one each week until one woman remains. “The final dates with the woman our bachelor chooses will take place over five days in Israel, courtesy of Shalom Life and El Al,” says Stephen Arbib, founder of Shalom Life.

 

The bachelor and the ladies will write about their experience after each date. Their stories will be featured on Shalomlife.com.



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