Uniform Dating Launches In Australia
Already a resounding success in the UK and US, Uniform Dating provides the opportunity for members of the uniformed and emergency services to meet and date other people of like mind. ( http://www.uniformdating.com.au )
“Whether you are a nurse, a pilot, a fireman or in the armed forces, the reality is that your life can often be very lonely or isolated. Uniform Dating is about providing the opportunity to share these experiences, highs and lows with people of like mind” said Richard White-Smith, Uniform Dating’s representative in Australia. “Because of the unique stresses and strains associated with these industries, it is not uncommon for people in different services to find their ideal partner within a similar field. Added to the fact that personnel are often on the move or having to live in unfamiliar destinations, Uniform Dating provides a quick and easy way for people to meet a potential partner or simply to make new friends”.
Originally started in the UK as a pen pal site by ex-members of Scotland Yard and the British Armed Forces during the Gulf War, the site was one of a number of internal information sites run by NSI, on behalf of the British Police and Armed Forces before converting to a [more conventional dating site] ‘lonely hearts’ club. And members in the UK alone are now joining at a rate of between 800-1000 a week.
Whilst the site currently has a short term free full membership offer as it builds the local membership, Mr White-Smith explains that the ongoing pricing structure has been designed to promote and encourage correspondence. “You can register for all ‘uniform dating’ sites for free. Whilst the other major dating sites charge on a per contact basis and costs can quickly build up, Uniform Dating has been purposely structured with a low, time-based membership fee that enables members to contact as many other members as often as they like for the one fee. This seems to work much better for our membership and what they are looking for. It works out substantially cheaper and enables the development of multiple connections from the one low cost”.
About Uniform Dating
Uniform Dating is owned by NSI Ltd, a UK based company, owned by ex members of Scotland Yard and the military. Searching the site is free. It is only open to those over 18 and security measures are in place to ensure the service is not misused. No individual contact details are available on the site. All the servers are housed in the UK at the maximum security available for UK Military and Police websites.
The site can be found at www.uniformdating.com.au
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