Speed dat­ing on Valen­tine’s Day to ‘give Tin­der the boot’

Pilbara News - - Pilbara Business - ■ Tom Zaun­mayr

The Tam­brey Tav­ern has an­nounced they will be host­ing a speed dat­ing night for sin­gles this Valen­tine’s Day.

The night has been billed as a chance to “give Tin­der the boot” in favour of face-to-face speed dat­ing.

Re­cently mar­ried Spirit 1260 Kar­ratha break­fast show host Pablo New­ton-Far­ley will be host­ing the night de­spite ad­mit­ting he was not quite up to scratch with the mod­ern dat­ing game.

“I’ve been out of the dat­ing game for years but noth­ing can beat ac­tu­ally meet­ing peo­ple face-to-face,” he said. “This is Tin­der in real life. “The quicker you get mar­ried the quicker you can let your­self go.”

Tick­ets are $25 a per­son and all guests will re­ceive a com­ple­men­tary drink on ar­rival with canapes served through­out the evening.

The Brey has promised any­one who matches on the night a voucher for a din­ner and drinks date night at the tav­ern.

Aus­tralian Bureau of Sta­tis­tics data re­leased in Au­gust last year re­vealed the Pil­bara had the top three ar­eas in Aus­tralia where men out­num­bered women.

Kar­ratha’s ra­tio was 1.44 men to ev­ery woman.

In re­sponse to this, the Pil­bara News said some­one should prob­a­bly or­gan­ise a speed dat­ing night.

Spirit 1260 Kar­ratha’s Pablo New­ton-Far­ley

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