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Still, given that her business kicked off less than a year ago, Dreyer hasn’t had any couples get to this point yet. In Germany we tend to wait years before getting married.
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And so she did last summer, launching her matchmaking service under the name “US Love Wiesbaden”.
Business started to really boom after a few months when local media noticed the novel dating firm, and now she receives on average 60 to 80 new inquiries from Germans and Americans combined each week.
And in her personal life, her female German friends inquired about the potential availability of any of her US army co-workers.
“I thought, ‘I could make a business out of this’,” Dreyer tells The Local.
With thousands of American military members and personnel in the Wiesbaden community, there is certainly a market for foreign singles looking to settle in.
And that's where matchmaker Jessica Dreyer steps in.
For gay and lesbian service members, this gets even more complicated as you have to decide how open you want to be about contacting her, even aside from the usual concerns of when and how.
This is about dating and relationships, not about getting a green card or something.” To set up the matches, Dreyer meets with prospective clients in person to get a sense of who they are, as well as to ask them what they’re looking for in a mate.
Her customers tend to be aged 35 and up, which she attributes to the fact that older singles are looking for more discreet and direct ways of meeting someone than dating apps with online profiles.
Wiesbaden was captured by US forces in March of 1945 during the Second World War, and remained under American occupation after the war’s end.
Troops have been present in the Wiesbaden area ever since.