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Local Date Idea Service Expands into Business to Business Market
By Melody Pierce - Sunday Jun 14, 2020
The Surprise Date Challenge, a locally owned business with multiple branches throughout the United States, has partnered with companies nationwide to provide employees with date ideas for their significant other, friends and family members. A Life Innovations study calculated that stress from relationship-related issues costs companies $300 billion annually. To combat this, current partners like Arizona State University, SureUp and babysitting platforms are providing employees with access to a monthly surprise date club.

“Our main goal is to provide people with the tools to build exciting and successful relationships, whether that be with a romantic partner, friend or within their family unit,” said Dana Lam, co-founder of The Surprise Date Challenge. “We are bringing businesses on board so they can give employees the perk of healthy and happy relationships, in turn making them better employees.”

Once a company is enrolled, each employee will have the choice of a friend/family or a couple date. Then, once a month, they will receive via email everything they need to plan and book a great experience at home or out on the town with whomever they choose. Employees also get invitations to send their guest to keep it a mystery and surprise along with a great gift idea and conversation starters to keep things interesting.

Consistently, couples using this program say their relationship has improved because one partner never planned anything, but Surprise Date Challenge had them create memorable moments, passion, intimacy and romance that enhanced their relationship and love for the other partner.

Businesses can get involved in a variety of ways, from offering employees full access to the date of the month program, to just offering 50 percent off, there is a solution for every company to provide better relationships to employees for pennies on the dollar. Contact Dana at 602-699-6255 to learn more about the B2B program.