In 1988, Carol Morgan successfully matched her own father and consequently developed a wonderfully innovative, intimate and personalized resource for romance. Carol specializes in an exclusive clientele, men and women of all ages, who bring a lot to the table and expect a lot in return.
Her matchmaking success also extends to the alternative lifestyle community.. basically, to all people who still believe in love!
Carol’s procedures are designed to eliminate those not committed to a full relationship. Her discerning clients appreciate the private, personal nature of her approach and her selectivity on their behalf. They also enjoy total confidentiality and the comfort of being in the hands of a trusted professional. Her unique style caters to her clients, men and women of class and accomplishment who make no excuse for their selectivity. Dan, one of Carol’s clients, sums it up:
"I pay a broker to find the right investment, a realtor to find the right house, and a headhunter to find the right job. Why not a matchmaker for the really important thing - finding the right woman."
With so many years of successful experience, Carol most certainly agrees. She has seen the happiness in the smiles of her clients, and is proud that her unique socialsearch offers a level of customized care never before seen in the rarified world of high end matchmaking.
The History of matchmaking
Matchmaking- introducing people for the purposes of marriage and/or loving relationships.
The pursuit of love occupies more of our lifetime than most of us would care to admit. This need for companionship is a force that has driven all societies since the dawn of man. And since the dawn of man, there have been matchmakers.
Matchmakers have been around for centuries. In some cultures, the matchmaker is a profession. The history of matchmaking goes back to the Ashkenazi Jewish Shadchan, and the Hindu astrologer. They were often called upon to find the right candidates for marriage and they made the claim that the stars sanctified matches. Reading Tarot cards has also been used by some matchmakers.
The Matchmaker would look for a "good prospect" that could support his future family in the same economic lifestyle as the lifestyle of the parents.