MONTREAL — Tired of Tinder? No match on Match.com? Not striking a chord on eHarmony? Why not follow the lead of local Montreal radio personality Stuntman Sam.
He’s looking for love in an unusual — and rather old-fashioned — way: postering.
Sam Lupovich, a.k.a. Stuntman Sam on The Beat 92.5 FM’s morning show, has flyposted handbills all over downtown Montreal to announce he’s looking for a girlfriend.
The poster features a picture of the 31-year-old with a description of himself as serious, fun, outgoing, employed and very handsome.
After a decade of freelance fun and adventure in Toronto, Sam moved back to his beloved hometown of Montreal last fall — and has since had some trouble finding a girlfriend.
“I’ve tried online dating and all that jazz, but obviously that hasn’t worked out …” his poster reads.
“Pretty sure it’s them, not me.”
He’s asking Montreal-area ladies to take a risk, take down his number and give him a call.
“If you’re single (or not), and ready to take a chance on a good guy willing to throw himself out there, take my number and do something about it.”
The Beat’s listeners and The Beat Breakfast morning show’s hosts, Sarah Bartok and Cat Spencer, are helping help Lupovich decide which, if any, of the candidates are worthy of a date.
Updates and details about any dates will be shared on the air.
It’s seen by the team as very good radio and an opportunity to connect with its audience.
Lupovich studied acting at York University and according to his biography, is really good at accents and loves cycling, yoga, skiing, and golf.
If you’re interested in taking a chance, give him a call on 514 798-2015.
© Shaw Media, 2014