SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- As the first dot.com to have a float in the history of the famed Tournament of Roses® Parade, eHarmony would like to salute its technology partners that together create such an amazing set of highly compatible happy marriages.
Facts and figures that illustrate the partnerships’ successes include the following:
“As the first dot com to participate in the grand tradition of the Tournament of Roses Parade, we salute our technology partners that help make it possible for us to deliver such great outcomes,” said Dr. Neil Clark Warren, founder and CEO of eHarmony. “It is such a pleasure to provide our service for the more than 44 million individuals that have been part of eHarmony since inception. We consider it our mission to find the right partner for each eHarmony user.”
eHarmony partners include:
All data collected is private and eHarmony does not share any sensitive data such as user profiles, relationship questionnaire information or Quality-as-a-Service information.
eHarmony’s float, Everlasting Love will feature seven of more than 600,000 eHarmony success couples as well as GRAMMY™ award winner Natalie Cole singing her hit song, “This Will Be” down the parade route.
For more information, please visit us at www.eHarmony.com.
About eHarmony, Inc.
Santa Monica, Calif.-based eHarmony, Inc. (www.eharmony.com) was founded in 2000 and is a pioneer in using relationship science to match singles seeking long-term relationships. Its service presents users with compatible matches based on key dimensions of personality that are scientifically proven to predict highly successful long-term relationships. New peer-reviewed research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) ranks eHarmony as number one for producing the most marriages and the most satisfied marriages compared to all other methods studied. Of meeting places measured, eHarmony also had the lowest divorce rate.* On average, 438 people marry every day in the U.S. as a result of being matched on eHarmony, nearly 4% of new marriages.* Currently, eHarmony operates online matchmaking services in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Australia.
*Based on data on 19,131 marriages from 2005 to 2012 by Harris Interactive, couples that met on eHarmony had significantly fewer breakups than couples who met via all other methods combined. Combining methods that account for less than 1% of marriages sampled.
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