A date has a definite purpose. A date provides two single people with a way to learn about each other, with a chance to get more personal. Garden Grove singles had a chance to get personal at the Los Angeles Auto Show during January of 2006. While many young adult singles might not associate an automobile with the revealing of something personal, Garden Grove males and females could no doubt correct that lack of association.
When a dating couple from Garden Grove visited the Los Angeles Auto Show, each member of that dating pair learned something more about their dating partner. Sometimes one member of a dating pair discovered things that a partner considered personal. Garden Grove singles learned much about their dates just by watching them examine different car interiors. For example, one Garden Grove girl might express a preference for slate gray cloth upholstery, while a different Garden Grove girl enthused over car seats covered with blue Alcantara.
By the same token, female singles picked-up on their dates color preferences, observing how their dates reacted to the vast array of different car colors. They knew that color preferences could be an indicator of things personal. Garden Grove males feasted their eyes on all sorts of colors at the Los Angeles Auto Show. In the Subaru section some of those males showed a preference for Mahogany Red Pearl, while others spent time dreaming about a sports car the color of Regal Blue Pearl.
Sometimes such dreaming caused the males at the Auto Show to linger in one or more section. One male might spend extra time staring at a Lamborghini, while a second male stood transfixed next to a Subaru with All Wheel Drive. That lingering revealed to their dates quite a bit about things that those males might have felt to be personal. Garden Grove men spoke volumes when they paused at one point to admire a BMW or a Lexus but then later failed to show interest in a Jeep.
Both the ads for the Los Angeles Auto Show and the media coverage of that show focused on the sleek lines of the cars on display. They never hinted at the extent to which the Show added to the many dating theaters already in Los Angeles County. Ads for the Los Angeles Auto Show never mentioned that a dating couple at the show could get more personal. Garden Grove couples have discovered for themselves how swiftly personalities could be revealed at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
As word about the special benefits of the Los Angeles Auto Show has leaked out, more and more singles from Garden Grove expressed a desire for their own personal Garden Grove start to a weekend of discovery at the Los Angeles Convention Center. More and more of those singles could then stand ready to swap notes on their choices for car interiors or car paint jobs. Perhaps some day the Los Angeles Auto Show could become one of the star dating attractions in the City of Angels.
If many singles followed that route, would that make the experience less personal? Garden Grove singles seem to be searching for the answer to that question.