Myths About Russian Brides to Be Refuted by Olga's Girlfriends Chief Romantic Officer

Greg Sarcona, Ph.D., Chief Romantic Officer of Olga’s Girlfriends, will refute 3 myths about Russian Brides at four seminars in May and June, 2011.

San Rafael, CA - May 08, 2011 -- Contact: Greg Sarcona, 415-244-1066

Greg Sarcona, Ph.D., Chief Romantic Officer of Olga’s Girlfriends, will refute 3 myths about Russian Brides at four seminars in May and June, 2011.

MYTH #1: Russian Women seeking American Men are “visa whores” whose only desire is to come to America and dump their hapless husbands once they obtain a green card.

MYTH #2: American men seeking Russian Brides are losers who can't get a date with an American woman.

MYTH #3: American bachelors travel to Russia for sex vacations, rather than seeking a woman to love and cherish.

I have worked with countless sincere American Men and Russian women, who are searching for lasting love,” says Dr. Sarcona. “They are no different from the vast majority of singles, who seek romantic partners in their own country. My American clients have failed to meet that special woman through more conventional methods such as speed dating, singles parties, and online dating. They have discovered that they are much more likely to meet a superior woman if they search in the former Soviet Union.

Russian women are fed up with their limited choices in Russia,” says Dr. Sarcona. Russian bachelors all too-often are chauvinistic alcoholics, who die early (life expectancy for Russian men is only 55). These women consider it to be a privilege to marry an American bachelor. They see American men as loving, respectful, and caring to their wives and children.”

Greg Sarcona will discuss “The 3 Myths About Russian Brides” and more at four seminars in the Silicon Valley:
1.Tuesday, May 10, 7pm, Corporate Inn Sunnyvale.
2.Tuesday, May 17, 7pm, Radisson Hotel San Francisco Airport Bay Front (Brisbane)
3.Tuesday, June 14, 7pm, Corporate Inn Sunnyvale
4.Tuesday, June 21, 7pm, Radisson Hotel San Francisco Airport Bay Front (Brisbane).

Dr. Sarcona will also reveal how to be more dateable to Russian women, how to be marriageable, how to navigate the sea of Russian bride agencies, and how to follow a step-by-step plan to go from thinking “It’s too good to be true to saying “I do!”, as well as fun tips such as learning the Cyrillic alphabet and how to pass the “drinking test” with your fiancee’s father. The cost is $10 at the door per seminar.

Dr. Sarcona is available to the news media by calling 415-244-1066. Anyone wishing more information about the seminars or Olga’s Girlfriends may call 1-877-OLGA-877 or visit


Olga’s Girlfriends LLC is a Bay Area matchmaking and marriage agency that utilizes a personal face-to-face touch to help single, professional men find a loving wife and mother of their family. It connects men from the USA to Ukrainian, Belorussian, and Russian women via a network of matchmakers who know their ladies personally.

Rich Gosse
Society of Single Professionals
205 Mark Twain Avenue, San Rafael CA 94903
Tel: 415-507-9962
Fax: 507-9832

San Diego's own "PB Millionaire" played role of "Peacemaker" during Cold War

SAN DIEGO, CA, May 08, 2011 -- Not many people knew it at the time, but during the Reagan Administration, there were a few close-calls that could have caused an all out nuclear war between the then Soviet Union and the United States. On one occasion, in 1983, the Soviets mistook a NATO post exercise as the real thing, triggering a ready response that almost ended in all-out-war.

These events became public a few years later and caused some concern for people like Jim Lawlor, (see bio at: who, at the time was living in Iowa, had recently graduated from college and was starting up a new business. Lawlor is known locally as the “PB Millionaire” - his character name on a new TV show now in production here in Pacific Beach.

In the late 1980’s, a new leader for the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev, appeared on the scene and was breath of fresh air for some like Lawlor, who liked the new direction he was taking towards bettering relations between the two super powers. Lawlor was frustrated, however, by the way the US was dragging its heels in response to Gorbachev’s peace rhetoric. He felt the US needed to take advantage of the opportunity presented by Gorbachev. But Lawlor knew he had little political influence as a mere private citizen. So in December of 1988, Lawlor came up with an idea that would get the attention of political leaders. He decided to build what he later called “a super-sized Christmas card from one super power to another.” The idea took on a life of its own and suddenly Lawlor was making national headlines, appearing on all the major networks, The Today Show, CNN, and Fox News.

It later became known as the “peace card” and it was signed by hundreds of thousands of US citizens and even some important government officials. Lawlor convinced Iowa Governor Terry Branstad to sign the peace card, as well as Iowa Senators; Tom Harkin and Charles Grassley, and the entire Iowa delegation of the US Congress. Lawlor also persuaded other US senators, congressmen and state governors to sign the card, including then Governor Bill Clinton of Arkansas. He then took his giant peace card on tour across the US, collecting signatures along the way, ending up in New York City, where he was greeted by Mayor Ed Koch and a host of celebrities – including Yoko Ono and her son Sean Lennon. Lawlor finally took the card to Moscow and presented it to the Soviet people on Russian television. He was treated like a US diplomat while in Moscow, even though he was only there as a private citizen.

When the project was over, Lawlor went back to Iowa where he was regarded as a hero. Some even suggested that he be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for what he had accomplished.

Lawlor moved to San Diego in 1991, where he continued to build his business - manufacturing his invention of spray painting goggles. He went from living in his car to living in a castle here in Pacific Beach. He is now the star of a new reality show based on his new lifestyle as a self-made-millionaire. The “PB Reality Show” (, as it’s called, is scheduled to release next year.

PB Reality Show
841 Turquoise St., Suite E
San Diego, CA 92109
Tel: 858 750-9805