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Danielle Jacobs, Public Relations


Marc Goldmann, CEO

Press Releases » SawYouAtSinai Continues to Provide Unparalleled Service in Canada

New York, NY, December 29th, 2005 -- SawYouAtSinai, the Jewish online matchmaking site, now has 160 members engaged or married, 7 of which are from Canada. In the past two years, any of the 13,000 members living outside of the USA have been able to benefit from the service free of charge. This free membership offered singles one personal matchmaker and the possibility of receiving several match suggestions a week.

The site has become especially popular in Canada, with a rapid increase in the membership rate, as well as in Canadian matchmakers joining the site. The service announces a minimal membership fee in Canada in order to continue providing unparalleled service to the members.

"As we continue to expand, this membership fee will allow us to continue providing our reliable service," says Marc Goldmann, Founder and CEO of SawYouAtSinai.

By upgrading to a Gold membership status, the members will have the opportunity of choosing three out of over 300 matchmakers who are experienced in the field and dedicated to creating connections between the members. Gold members have the chance of receiving up to ten matches a week.

SawYouAtSinai looks forward to benefiting more singles in Canada as well as all over the world.

About SawYouAtSinai

SawYouAtSinai was created in December 2003 to satisfy the need for a more private and personalized approach to online Jewish dating. This Rabbinic-endorsed site uniquely combines the power of technology, the accessibility of the internet, and the personal touch of a matchmaker to serve its 13000 members. SawYouAtSinai has over 300 experienced matchmakers from diverse backgrounds, focusing on its members’ various age ranges, religious levels, locations and personalities. With 190 members successfully matched, SawYouAtSinai continues to benefit Conservative, Modern Orthodox and Yeshivish/Black Hat singles from Jewish communities throughout the world.