Yes, for a cool quarter-million bucks you can join 4M Club's (it stands for "Multi Million Match Making") "Rolls Royce Plan," which nonsensically offers a Tesla Roadster to go along with your discreet and single lady. As long as you pay company President Chris Stelmack more than twice list price for a Tesla roadster, she'll happily scour the planet for your soul mate, you even get to keep the car! We know a certain bachelor CEO with an extra $465 million in his pocket who's perfect for this opportunity.
Rich Bachelors Get the Girl and Car with Millionaire Matchmaking Club's Promo
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) June 3, 2009 — Now through 2009, the 4M Club are throwing in a Tesla Roadster electric sports car, custom-built for the client. If the bachelor doesn't need the car (but still wants the girl), the matchmaking fee is negotiable.
Why a car promotion?
Says 4M's owner, Chris Stelmack, "I drive a Prius with all the bells and whistles, but when I saw the all-electric Tesla, it blew me away. I thought, why not do something nice for the client and help them save the environment, too!"
Qualified bachelors begging for an extraordinary matchmaking search opt for the 4M Club's established Rolls Royce plan. Much like hiring a private chef or personal trainer, these guys want their own exclusive matchmaking pro.
One-on-one matchmaking isn't new. It's been around for years and is finally socially acceptable, especially in the advent of Internet dating.
4M's Rolls Royce plan is for the multimillionaire bachelor tired of hanging out and spending holidays alone. He's looking for the love-of-his-life, but doesn't have time or know where to find her. He doesn't date co-workers anymore for obvious reasons, so it's tough finding the soul mate he craves.
He's discovered dabbling online is labor intensive with little or no rewards. Most have found Internet dating counter-productive and quickly give up.
Enter 4M Club, an eight-year-old private matchmaking club for the rich — they scour the planet for a Rolls Royce client, until a perfect match is found.
For a cool quarter million dollars, the Rolls Royce program affords clients the luxury of working directly with 4M's founder and relationship expert, Christine Stelmack. Rolls Royce clients are one of a handful she takes on during the year, on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Stelmack states, "I want to work with the most sincere of the bunch, even if he's 72-years-old." She quickly adds, "As long as the older client isn't looking for a 25-year-old, we'll be in good shape."
Prospective clients meet privately with Stelmack and learn how she's going to tackle one of the most important investments of their life — finding the right partner-in-life.
The 4M Club's headquarters are in downtown Seattle, but interview onsite in the client's own city or wherever they wish. 4M works with clients throughout the U.S. (and accepts clients worldwide, too, if time permits.)
"Anything can be negotiated. If an interested bachelor from abroad really needs our help, we'll pull all the guns out. As long as it doesn't take away from someone else," declares Stelmack.
The 4M Club, known for serving a very picky clientele, gets the job done and enjoys a healthy mix of engagements, marriages and long-term relationships.
Stelmack asserts, "When a client looks me sincerely in the eye and says, 'Wow, I'm marrying one of these gals,' they've gone and done it."
Fees at the 4M Club start at $15K (including an "economic stimulus" Trial Offer currently available, as of this release.) Fees are also dependent on clients' specific needs and dating challenges.