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Whether you're a health-conscious lover of all things indie or an anything-goes, Bellevue ESB-sipping Seahawks fanatic, there are singles in Seattle who are ready to share the city with you.
There's someone out there who wants to share that Seattle dog with you or bike the Burke-Gilman by your side, someone who wants to join you in watching the Pike Place fish throwers or attending a stirring performance by the Pacific Northwest Ballet.
When asked about a future app for the website, founder Sean “Acid-Drop” Williams pointed out that an app is unnecessary for most tele-skiers saying, “Most our users access the internet at their local library since Wi Fi remains expensive in most ski towns and having a personal computer is completely out of the question for most free-heelers.”- Tele-Skiers CEO and Founder, Sean Williams Also Read: How Tinder is Changing Ski Towns For—E⎯VER!
The revolutionary idea originally came to Williams as he created a profile on a public access computer in Telluride’s Wilkinson Public Library.
The tele-entrepeneur was attempting to fill out his dating profile, when he realized that traits such as ambition, profession, and favorite dating spots didn’t fit his preferences.
Instead, Tele-Skiers will provide low-budget and romantic date options such picnicking in a favorite smoke-shack or sharing an IPA growler while watching the snow fall on the hood of a 1991 Subaru Legacy Wagon.
At 36, he’s the youngest of the bunch (others range up to 60).
He’s nerdy-cute, so I send him a canned message without much hope. The gist: It’s “the largest matchmaking site for Democratic singles …
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Whatever the case, the website will connect tele-skiers and allow free-flowing compliments on each other’s dropped knees to grow into beautiful, hairy relationships.