via press release:
June 29, 2012 – Bravo Media falls head over heels this summer as “Love Broker” returns on Tuesday, July 24at 10pm et/pt. Finding true love does not happen overnight, but the New York City’s most passionate matchmaker Lori Zaslow scours the streets searching tirelessly for soulmates for her clients. In this episode, Jonathan Dickson, 36, is a good ol’ Southern boy who feels like a fish out of water when it comes to love in New York City. Lori literally pounds the pavement to find an energetic, God-loving, athletic beauty for the religious, shag-dancing Jonathan and sends them out for a day of flamenco dancing to see if any sparks fly. Lori’s other client, Jaime Hazan is turning 40 and is resistant to opening his heart up to the “wrong” woman. Screaming from the rooftops that Jaime must “Be vulnerable!” if he’s ever going to find his soulmate, Lori sculpts a unique experience for Jaime to learn what single women really think about men who refuse to open themselves up to the possibility of love. For a sneak peek, visit: http://www.bravotv.com/love-broker/season-1/videos/like-a-job-interview-but-different For more information, visit www.BravoTV.com and follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BravoPR.
As co-founders of the boutique matchmaking service, Project Soulmate, Lori and her business partner Jenn Zucher, cater to upscale, educated singles serious about love utilizing a blind date technique that she believes is the first step to love success. Lori is adamant that you must take an active approach to finding love and not wait for love to find you and she will do most anything to find her clients love. Lori takes advantage of her surroundings and works hard to find her clients’ perfect match. Married to her own soulmate for nearly 12 years and as a mom of two young kids, Lori knows what it takes to not only find love, but also to make it last.
“Love Broker” is produced by Intuitive Entertainment for Bravo with Mechelle Collins and Kevin Dill serving as executive producers.
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