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Holy frigging god, that was the hardest secret I have ever kept in my life. But thankfully it is finally out. As of this very second Energy 101.5 is announcing the big….well announcement that that annoying British girl has been teasing for the past couple of weeks.

Here is the official press release. For the sake of readers who are reading this at work or don’t have a lot of time, I have edited it for speedy digestion. Like I said, it’s going to be huge and if you have any questions or comments just let me know and I will answer them.

Oh and make sure you check back tomorrow morning when I’ll be posting what I really think about this. Keep in mind Energy doesn’t have me on their payroll (yet) so they might not necessarily like what I have to say…..

So here is the press release…oh and I edited it a little bit for my own amusement.

“Is love really blind? Calgary is about to find out. After weeks of teasers, speculation, Calgary’s newest hit radio station ENERGY 101.5 FM launched one of the city’s most anticipated events today. Two Strangers and a Wedding…NICE TO MEET YOU, I DO, a social experiment made popular by radio stations around the globe, hit the airwaves this morning to ultimately change the lives of two Calgarians who won’t meet until their wedding day. All the action will unfold on Freeway and Meg in the Morning every weekday from 5:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. with updates and new developments being broadcast throughout the day.

Based on similar events on radio airwaves in the U.S., U.K., Australia – and now a radio-first in Canada – ENERGY 101.5 FM’s Two Strangers and a Wedding is a social experiment and interactive match-making event for listeners. Over the next six weeks, ENERGY 101.5 FM will assist in the search for two people looking for love, who will then meet over the airwaves, make a connection and wed at the end of the journey. The catch? They do it all without ever seeing each other! Starting out with hundreds of romantic hopefuls, listeners will have an active role in helping choose the lucky pair who will only lay eyes on one another on their wedding day, thus proving or disproving that love can be blind.

“Energy has created an environment that will allow two people to make a meaningful connection and, more importantly, make the right choice. By engaging credible resources from psychologists, lie detectors and exes, to matchmakers, sex therapists and wedding planners, ENERGY 101.5 FM has laid the groundwork to make the safest connection possible to ensure participants have fun and hopefully find love.

For more information on ENERGY 101.5 FM’s Two Strangers and a Wedding, application details, event sponsors and experts, visit www.energy1015.com

So what do you think? Good? Bad? Oh and no, I am putting my name in for it! This is one radio contest I don’t want to win!


Mike Morrison