Looking For A Date With A Pro Athlete? There’s A Service For That

Looking to date like a Kardashian? Trying to find your one true love that just so happens to also have a career in sports? You can take to Facebook and Twitter like so many have or, you can find a way to register with Kelleher International.

The “personal search” firm, who most recently added Terrell Owens to their roster,  estimates that 20% of their clients are current or former pro athletes,  that includes former NBA and MLB All-Stars and even baseball executives.

The company pulls candidates from a vast database – I wonder how they pull in their female candidates- the service, at $25,000 to $150,000 at the “elite” level, is by no means cheap but I hear they have an excellent track record.

The most interesting thing about this is that a good portion of these men spent a lot of time chasing the lowest common denominator in women, using their status and money as a lure to suck women in. Then once they reach a point where THEY’VE been replaced in the cycle by the younger, hotter athletes (kind of poetic justice perhaps as I’m sure they’ve done their fair share of procuring then discarding), they want to cry woe is me in the dating world.

:shrug: It’s their money but how can this company prove these women are in it strictly for love in more than you yourself or even e-harmony or  match.com ? Oh well, good luck!! Please be sure to let me know if you have or know of any success stories via Kelleher International.

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  • I’m a 50 year old female who came to them with my wallet open because they boast a fantastic data base of age-appropriate, financially secure men who are looking for a committed relationship. I have been sent on dates with the most inappropriate, wacky, unsuitable, unavailable, oft times creepy men. I think since the internet has made dating so much easier, companies like Kelleher have taken a big financial hit in the past several years. I went to them because of the “vetting” aspect. There is no vetting. Their “recruits” are a joke. One man called me a selfish bitch because I am a Democrat. Another told me on the phone during our first ever conversation that he had a very small penis. Another man told me ten minutes into our first date that he was already in a relationship, and that Kelleher brings him in when they have to provide a date for a client and no one else is available. At the one-hour mark he tossed his credit card on the bar and said “I’m outta here.” Another man seemed lovely. We had dinner. I invited him to my home to watch an awards show with a group of my friends – mostly couples – and we suddenly realized he was gone. Vanished. I assumed he had gone to the restroom, but he had simply left without so much as saying goodbye. Do these sound like appropriate gentlemen? It’s a joke. And a massive waste of time AND money. And heaven help you if you point out that there seems to be no vetting of any kind. One of the reps has a degree in psychology and she will tell you that it’s your fault. You must be doing something wrong. In one respect she is right. I should never have trusted these people in the first place.

  • Jill

    Ummm WOW!