Thousands Of Free Roses Gifted To Vancouver Woman

Vancouver, West Pender Canada (PressExposure) March 14, 2006 -- Thousands of roses were handed out to the women of Vancouver this Wednesday, gifts from the online dating site Kisscafe. The promotional gifts were given in celebration of Valentine's Day and to show appreciation for the city's women. Twelve Kisscafe volunteers were needed to undertake the task of handing out the large volume of roses and gift packages around the busiest areas of Vancouver.

Each Kisscafe volunteer was dressed in a white tuxedo, wearing white angel wings. They carried silk lined baskets filled with red long stem roses, and offered the gifts to women of all ages in each area. The gift packages included candies, Valentine cards, temporary tattoos, and customized condoms.

The campaign was designed both to bring attention to the newly launched website and act as a gesture of good will. "Vancouver's women have been so supportive of us since our site launched", said Kisscafe President Fabrice L'Heureux, "so we knew this was the perfect opportunity for us to say thank you, to get Kisscafe's name out to those that might not know us, and to remind everyone that romance is still alive and well in our city."

The Kisscafe angels were accompanied by photographers who documented the events of the afternoon and peoples' reactions to the gifts. "The response was incredible," said Tyson Miller, Kisscafe's marketing director. "All the women seemed genuinely touched, which also made us feel great. All in all, we had a really successful day."

Kisscafe is a free online dating website, launched in 2006. The site offers members all the features of pay dating sites, but at no cost whatsoever. Kisscafe features include blogging, posting pictures, a question and answer forum, instant messaging, and mobile capabilities. Since launching, Kisscafe's member base has grown considerably, and continues to do so every day.

About Kyle Nordman

Kyle is a robot, and will be the first to admit it (but only because he hasn't been programmed to lie). By human standards, Kyle's career began at an early age, as a project manager for a multi-national software company, although as far as robots are concerned this was an embarrassingly late start. Since then, Kyle has completed projects for Nintendo, Canadian Epilepsy Foundation, and Imperia Media (among others), created the 'User Experience' portion of websites, and co-runs a virtual origami software company on top of his work at Kisscafe. Since robots don't sleep, Kyle has spent his spare time building a name for himself as a leader in the Vancouver dance music scene with what he calls, 'twisted minimal funk with big bottom bass', whatever that means. It's Kyle's lifelong robot mission to find a cure for allergies to stop Miranda from sniffling so much.

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