Seated Speed Dating for South Asian and Indian Professionals
February 7 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST$30
If you’re South Asian or Indian and looking to meet other singles then Professionals in the City has the event for you! This event is the opportunity for you to meet other interesting, professional and fun South Asian and Indian singles while cutting through all the hoopla of the “first date” scene! Here’s your opportunity to experience many first dates in only one evening! If you’ve attended our Speed Dating Washington DC events, then you know how sought-after these events are.
Enjoy the ease of conversation with other South Asian and Indian professionals of the opposite sex. During our Speed Dating Washington DC event, you’ll date for approximately one hour, meeting intriguing members of the South Asian and Indian community as you spend a few sweet minutes speeddating with each new acquaintance. Meet singles and discover whom you mutually click with!
Then, after the speed dating event, use our exclusive online system from home. You’ll be able to send messages through Pros in the City’s online system to anyone who attended the event.
With our online message system, your phone number and personal email addresses are kept private until you feel comfortable exchanging contact information. This system is a very organized and simple way to contact other South Asian and Indian professionals from our Speed Dating Washington DC event.
Check in is at 7:00 and the dating begins at 7:20. Please check in at 7:00 so you have a chance to socialize before the dating begins.
Note: You do not have to be a South Asian or Indian professional to attend this event, you just have to have the desire to meet single South Asian or Indian professionals.
Numbers are limited at this event so sign up soon!
Please note: If you purchase a ticket to this event and subsequently find yourself unable to attend, we request that you let us know by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us at 202-686-5990. We do not provide refunds or credits for those who cannot attend, but we will use this knowledge to attempt to keep the ratios even.