Gold Diggers Invited to Come Out of the Closet

The Society of Single Professionals, the world's largest non-profit singles organization, invites Gold Diggers (aka Sugar Babies) to come out of the closet of the upcoming events.

San Rafael, CA, April 18, 2013
-- Contact: Tom Andrews, 415/507-9962

"Now that it is fashionable to be gay," says Rich Gosse, spokesman for SugarDaddyForMe.com, "it's time for Gold Diggers to come out of the closet. For thousands of years most women have considered financial security to be the most important quality they seek in a potential mate. This is true in virtually all countries and all cultures around the world. Unfortunately, it's not socially acceptable to admit to being a Gold Digger. We aim to change this.

"There are two types of Gold Diggers," says Mr. Gosse. Predatory Gold Diggers are women who exploit prosperous men. Their only interest in them is their money. Predatory Gold Diggers only pretend to love wealthy men. They give the second type a bad name. Loving Gold Diggers are women who value financial security as a top priority in selecting a mate, but also are sincerely attracted to men for their personal qualities."

The Society of Single Professionals, the world's largest non-profit singles organization, invites Gold Diggers (aka Sugar Babies) to come out of the closet at the following events:

- Sugar Daddy Extravaganza, Thursday, April 25, Copacabana, New York City
- San Francisco's First Gold Digger Party, Saturday, May 11, Carbon Lounge
- World's First Gold Digger Cruise, November 14-18

Rich Gosse, Chairman of The Society of Single Professionals, is America's foremost authority on finding a romantic partner. He is the author of eight books on this topic, including You CAN Hurry Love, Singles Guide to America, and A Good Man Is EASY to Find ("This is a great book!" Oprah Winfrey). His entertaining advice has been featured by ABC, BBC, CBS, CNN, CNBC, Fox News Live, MSNBC, Oprah, Donahue, Cosmopolitan, Newsweek, Entrepreneur, Business Week, Playboy, Playgirl, The Wall Street Journal, London Times, The Australian, The New Zealand Herald, etc. Mr. Gosse is available to the news media to discuss the Gold Digger Phenomenon by calling 415/479-3800. His personal website is http://www.RichGosse.com.

Media Contact:
Rich Gosse
Society of Single Professionals
205 Mark Twain Avenue, San Rafael CA 94903
415-507-9962

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