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Something More Celebrates Sixth Anniversary Creating Happy Couples in Austin

Founder Julia McCurley says her company is rapidly growing beyond expectations based on fact that more than ever, Austin Singles  are tired of virtual introductions and ready for old fashioned romance.

AUSTIN, TX – July marks Austin’s premier matchmaking service Something More’s sixth anniversary. Since opening the doors in 2009, Something More has facilitated nearly 2000 introductions  and  helped create 100’s of successful relationships.

Something More’s sixth anniversary is a testament to Austinites priority: finding love and happiness.

Founder Julia McCurley, a Certified Matchmaker** and former executive recruiter, credits a professional approach to and personal touch for the continued increase in demand, despite tumultuous economic tides.

“Something More’s mission is to be in the last ‘first date’ business,” said McCurley.  One couple at a time, we are changing the romantic landscape of Austin, from being known as the best place to be single to the best place to find love.

Their business model is executive recruiting. McCurley’s clients are highly skilled affluent professionals, who represent a diverse range of occupations seeking a long-term match.  Executive recruitment is a familiar process.

Before accepting a client, McCurley interviews and scrutinizes candidates, which adds an additional layer of security.  Nevertheless, she credits her attention to detail, a skill honed in Austin’s high tech sector for her success.

“At Something More we offer valuable insight and feedback to help our clients create successful dates that lead to relationships. In addition to professional matchmaking, our services include wardrobe consultation, date coaching, flirting techniques, and so much more,” said McCurley. “We take our client relationships very seriously because their emotional love life is serious business to them – and to us.”

A sampling of Something More’s favorite dating tips are:

* Look and Feel your Best

* Stop Talking and Start listening

* Keep them interested by being interesting

*  Don’t expect too much too soon.

*  Don’t reveal too much too soon.