34 Years of Matchmaking Success By Bon Jour Matchmaking Service

300+ marriages in 34 years of personalized professional Denver matchmaking is the track record for this Denver matchmaker!  Not only that accomplishment but also MOST of those couples married either the first or second person they met through Bon Jour.

What is this success attributed to?  Several components that are a part of being a client of Bon Jour Matchmaking.  This is not a buy a package of dates for a finite period of time.  This is real matchmaking!  Selective matching on both sides by a professional matchmaker and the client.  All the time in the world for the right person to present themselves with the open-ended contract.  Loads of information on each client along with current photos to assist in the selection.

The acceptance of only Denver singles who fit in with my current clientele and are what my clients are seeking.  That is a unique quality specific to Bon Jour in that there is little to no overhead making accepting just anyone into the service NOT a priority to meet overhead as in other services.  Accepting only singles who really understand the old-fashioned approach to matchmaking so that all clients have that same mindset.

Celebrating year 34 of professional Denver matchmaking!

Published by Michele "the Matchmaker" Fields

I have been a professional Matchmaker for 34 years in Denver, CO. My service, Bon Jour Matchmaking Service, has facilitated 300+ marriages of 600+ Colorado Front Range singles through hand holding, personalized matchmaking. For more information go to http://bonjourms.com

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