My whole thing is to offer quality service, get to know clients on personal level and only take people who you can match.
a crowd of smartly dressed men and women crowded into 1919 Wine & Mixology, the tony Upper Kirby cocktail lounge, for a date with Jamie Rose, Houston’s self-described “millionaire matchmaker.” Lawyers in high heels and backless dresses mingled with oil and gas execs in three-piece suits and expensive haircuts at the French rococo–style bar, or sipped wine in Louis Quinze chairs.
) during an initial very aggressive sales pitch in advance for promised services, NONE of which are provided once they've received your money.
Please, please do NOT make the mistake of being convinced by their membership sales people.
for figuring out which of her friends would make a good couple when she was growing up in Sugar Land.
Many of them were already clients of Rose Matchmaking, which meant they were spending anywhere from ,900 to over ,900 a year to meet other similarly well-heeled Houstonians.
(No, you don’t have to be a millionaire to use the service.) Other guests had come out of curiosity.
We sat down with three 40-something women sipping cocktails around a faux-marble, candlelit table.
“I’m hoping that her service, if I participated, would put me together with a higher-caliber person than I’m used to dealing with,” said one of the women. The trio had all tried online dating, none with much success.