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BetterhalfBall.com Wedding Anniversary Nights coming to Marriage Capital of the World
Published on Tue, Nov 27, 2012 (2:17 p.m.)BetterhalfBall.com wedding ANNIVERSARY nights plans February 16th launch for those couples celebrating another year of wedded bliss. Cincinnati entrepreneur and CEO Brett Brinsfield will be bringing his new service for married couples looking to have a "Ball" to mark another succesful year of matrimony. The innagural BetterhalfBall will be held the 16th of February to coinside with Valentine's Day weekend. All couples who were married that weekend, any year previous year, who wish to attend this unique new way to show they still are in love with their Betterhalf's are incouraged to sign up. 8-midnight. Open Bar, 4 course dinner, one couple will win $1000 and dance to their original wedding song. Location is yet to be decided but will obviously be great! We are limiting the innagural BetterhalfBall to 100 couples as to keep it fun yet enchanting. (It's like a 'time machine' to the past) We have partnered with local event planner Glynda Rhodes of Blackbook702.com to ensure nothing but the best! All you need to do is register through the site and remain married (AND IN LOVE) til February! Once we reach our "Magic 100" couples, you will be contacted and billed then. The price will be roughly $500... She's worth it! The long term plan is to have these "Proms for Married Couples" on a weekly basis and be the number one provider of wedding ANNIVERSARY fun in the 'Marriage Capital of the World'.
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