TORONTO, Feb. 10 /CNW/ - One of the most loved as well as hated holidays of the year, Valentine's Day, can be a mixed bag for singles bombarded with media images of love and romance. The pressure of Valentine's Day can be so great that, just to escape it, more than a third of single men surveyed by It's Just Lunch avoid being in a relationship between Thanksgiving and February 14. But it doesn't have to be this way. Women don't want Valentine's Day to strike fear in the hearts of the men in their lives! They just want to know that they are special.
To help, It's Just Lunch is providing a complimentary ebook "The Little Black Book: For Men Who Need Answers To A Successful Valentine's Day" available at http://www.itsjustlunch.com/ValentineeBookDownload.aspx. It provides men with some ideas to keep in mind to make sure your Valentine's Day is successful and stress-free. For example: Say "NO" to chocolate. Women don't want chocolate for a Valentine's Day gift. Only 4% put a box of chocolate on their Valentine's Day ideal gift list. WHY? Giving chocolate makes you look like you waited until the last minute to pick up a gift and then picked it up at the local supermarket. No thought. Women want to feel like you put some thought into the gift selection.
Founded in 1991, It's Just Lunch has put itself on the map with over 100 locations worldwide, placing single professionals in comfortable and fun dating environments. It's Just Lunch has arranged hundreds of thousands of fun first dates over lunch or drinks after work. Clients of It's Just Lunch (IJL) receive confidential interviews with IJL staff members so they can be matched with like-minded individuals. For more information visit http:www.ItsJustLunch.com.
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