A New York woman says she is trying to raise $3 million to buy advertising time during the Super Bowl in order find a potential husband.
The New York Post said Friday that Amy Borkowsky is seeking any possible financial assistance as part of her ambitious romantic effort that she says is based entirely on numbers.
"Dating is a numbers game," she said. "I need to reach a large pool of guys."
Her motivation to reach as many potential suitors at one time and possibly find true love has led to the creation of SuperBowlSingleGirl.com.
The Web site created by Borkowsky details her fundraising efforts for the 30-second advertising spot during the NFL championship game.
The advertising executive said while she has raised only about $1,000 to date -- last year a 30-second ad on the Super Bowl cost $2.7 million -- she is considering what to do with the limited time during the game on Feb. 1, 2009.
Among her ideas are testimonials from former love interests, a catchy jingle or in true sporting fashion, an itemized comparison of Borkowsky with her female competitors.
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