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$1,000 reward for finding man's true love

March 13, 2012 at 3:00 PM   |   Comments

WATERTOWN, Mass., March 13 (UPI) -- A Massachusetts florist says he is willing to pay $1,000 to the person who introduces him to his true love.

Dave Greenberg, owner of Main Street Florist in Watertown, said he had created business cards and a Web site, MarryDave.com, to get the word out about his quest for a bride and the $1,000 reward, CBS News reported Tuesday.

"At the end of the aisle they can be waiting there and I'll give them the cash," Greenberg said of the person who introduces him to his bride-to-be. "And they would be the guest of honor at the wedding too."

Greenberg said he is looking for women over the age of 50 who would be willing to retire with him in San Diego. He said he is looking for chemistry and happiness.

"I just want to meet a nice lady," he says. "We have to have chemistry, we have to have physical appeal and I believe in marriage."

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