Like, ‘Oh you’ve got the epic pass, let’s go ski Breck.
I’ll meet you there.’ ” The basic Luv Byrd app is currently free to use, with a premium version that includes features like unlimited messages, and the ability to see who has liked you.
“If people are willing to pay .99 a month for Netflix, surely they’ll be willing to pay .99 at the chance to find love,” he said.
Luv Byrd functions similarly to other dating sites, with potential matches selected by Luv Byrd displayed based on similar interests and age. The site hosted chairlift speed-dating at Loveland ski area this winter, pairing potential mates for a ride up the mountain and the option to ride down together (swipe right), or solo (swipe left).
Luv is open to everyone and free to join, but the dating site – which requires users to disclose their craziest outdoor adventure, favorite outdoor activity, and a bucket list – is focused on making matches in and around its Denver home.
According to Mike Keshian, CEO of Luv Byrd, the plan is to cultivate a strong following within the Rocky Mountain State and expand the business westward before canvassing the country.
At the time, Keshian was using Ok Cupid, Tinder, and Plenty of Fish, but found the dating apps never really worked for him.
They are taking a risk and putting their face and life out to the world and hoping they connect with someone.(Sonaiya Kelley)But it is easy to let your guard down or find yourself in an unsafe situation — especially if Grey Goose swoops in.That’s why it’s important to have a few common-sense strategies that keep you safe, according to law enforcement experts and others. After all, most dates that start online end up in either a love connection or with the two of you going your separate ways. Right, online dating is now so widely accepted that personal safety sometimes gets overlooked.