Three Day Rule Expands Into 10 Cities

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Three Day Rule’s World-Class Matchmakers Have Expanded Into 10 Cities — And Counting

Amber Brooks

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Amber Brooks is the Editor-in-Chief at When she was growing up, her family teased her for being "boy crazy," but she preferred to think of herself as a budding dating and relationship expert. As an English major at the University of Florida, Amber honed her communication skills to write clearly, knowledgeably, and passionately about a variety of subjects. Now with over 1,800 lifestyle articles to her name, Amber brings her tireless wit and relatable experiences to She has been quoted by the Washington Times, Cosmopolitan, The New York Post, and AskMen.

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The Short Version: Don’t have the energy to date after working a nine-to-five job? Then perhaps you should put your search for love into the hands of a professional matchmaking company like Three Day Rule. Founded in 2013, this company has quickly grown to support a national database of singles with a skilled team of matchmakers in 10 major cities. Instead of relying on algorithms, these matchmakers take the time to get to know their clients and put careful thought into every match. They also provide practical feedback and coaching along the way to set singles up for success in the modern dating scene. Over the years, Three Day Rule has established itself as a trustworthy resource for busy singles interested in meeting worthwhile dates and building long-term relationships in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, New York City, and other US cities.

From the moment you enter Three Day Rule’s matchmaking office, you can tell you’re in good hands. The personable matchmakers clear time in their schedules to welcome new clients and prepare them for the journey ahead.

Every prospective client and potential match has an in-person conversation with the matchmakers. They sit down with singles for about 45 minutes and discuss the person’s dating history, values, and goals so that they can make personalized date recommendations.

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Talia Goldstein founded Three Day Rule in 2013 and grew the matchmaking company into a thriving national enterprise.

“No matter whether a person is a prospective client or looking to be a member of our pool, we believe in the power of an in-person meeting,” said Talia Goldstein, Chief Executive Officer of the Three Day Rule. “We work closely with our clients to understand them and their preferences.”

Whether you’re signing up for the matchmaking service or joining the dating database, the team takes the time to get to know you before introducing you to love interests.

Three Day Rule boasts one of the largest databases of singles in the country, so these dating professionals definitely have the resources to hook you up with someone special. The company has a presence in major cities across the US, including Seattle, New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chicago, and the team plans to expand to more cities in the coming years. Talia said the team’s secret sauce has been their devoted attention to detail when pairing up relationship-oriented singles.

“We are looking for not just great matches on paper,” she said, “but for intangible reasons to set two people up. Our matchmakers send our clients on dates that we deem a good fit after an in-person meeting.”

At the Crossroads of Technology & Matchmaking

Three Day Rule has taken strides to provide inclusive and comprehensive dating services for people of all backgrounds. In the last year, for instance, the company has launched LGBTQ+ matchmaking services with a dedicated team looking out for the needs of this particular clientele. The expansion has meant developing and establishing a new client database, but Three Day Rule’s team is up for the challenge.

The matchmaking firm has also looked into technological innovations to streamline the matching process. In early 2018, Three Day Rule launched an Amazon Alexa Skill that offers singles concrete dating advice and statistics. This free service mimics the type of conversation the matchmakers typically have with their clients.

“We’ve experimented with the crossroads of technology and hands-on matchmaking so we could help not just our clients, but offer advice to singles everywhere,” Talia said. “It’s completely free so anyone with an Alexa could use it.”

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Three Day Rule provides a blend of personal attention and technological support to match up singles.

Of course, these technological advancements can never replace the human element that Three Day Rule is known for. Talia said she emphasizes the importance of talking to singles face to face and getting to know their habits, priorities, and personalities. Such personalized attention allows the matchmakers to build a rapport with clients, provide useful feedback, and arrange dates that have long-term potential.

This personalized approach to matchmaking has allowed the company to grow steadily over the years. In 2018, Three Day Rule expanded into Seattle, its tenth city. So far, the team has found local singles highly receptive to the idea of allowing a matchmaker to cut down the amount of time and energy they have to put into finding a date in the Emerald City.

“Seattle has a ton of busy professionals who have little time to date and have welcomed the idea of dating fewer, more vetted matches,” Talia said. “Seattle also has a reputation for being cold to outsiders (hence the phrase, ‘Seattle freeze’), but to us that’s an exciting challenge, one we take on daily when we match two people who would probably swipe left on each other.”

Glowing Testimonials From Happy Couples of All Ages

Three Day Rule has posted dozens of heartwarming success stories on its website. The testimonials speak to the kindness of the matchmaking team and the efficiency of their matching process.

Durrah, a 33-year-old who’s now engaged to be married, said joining Three Day Rule was the best decision she’d ever made. “They were so committed to finding love for me,” she said. “The resources and tools recommended by TDR were priceless.”

“There is no other matchmaking company that compares in terms of authenticity and curated service,” said Sarah, a 46-year-old client. “All of my dates were a positive experience.”

Tommy said his second match turned into a relationship, and he found the matchmakers to be spot-on in their personal assessments. “I couldn’t be more happy that I signed up for TDR,” he said. “When I consider the countless hours and energy I would have wasted on dating apps and on mediocre dates, TDR turned out to be a great investment!”

“Three Day Rule single-handedly changed my life for the better! I met the man of my dreams and finally went on my last first date.” — Allie, a Three Day Rule client

While Three Day Rule has received plenty of wedding and baby announcements from former clients, the team is particularly proud of the less obvious successes — the widow who found the courage to date again, the shy single who gained self-confidence, or the downtrodden divorcee who learned to believe in love again. Talia said she’s always particularly proud when she can show her clients dating possibilities they may not have discovered or noticed on their own.

“To us, success isn’t just marriages and babies,” she said. “Success is watching a client have that a-ha moment when they open their minds to a type of match they never thought would work for them.”

The Three Day Rule matchmaking team is committed to help singles find a meaningful relationship — and sometimes that means helping clients get out of their own way and see that the person they’re swiping past is actually a great catch.

“We’re responsible for giving our clients the tough love they need to be the most intentional, accountable, and self-aware version of themselves,” Talia said.

Removing the Stress & Strain From the Dating Process

In 2017, Three Day Rule launched in two new cities and doubled its revenue. In the coming year, the team hopes to accomplish even more great things and provide more valuable services to singles across the country.

“We intend to continue expanding our reach so we can help as many singles as possible,” Talia said. “Already 2018 is off to a great start. We’re excited to continue growing in our existing cities and to expand throughout the US.”

For Three Day Rule, the impact of a matchmaker extends far beyond a one-off date. Talia said her aim is to provide a more lasting and positive influence on the modern dating scene.

“Matchmaking is more than just setting people up on dates,” she said. “We are working to change not only who singles date, but how they date. Our mission is to help people learn enough about themselves to be better equipped to find someone — whether that person comes through a matchmaker or not.”

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