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In-Flight Matchmaking Takes Off at Delta

With the Help of Oprah Winfrey's Love Ambassador

MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- When Love Architect and author (Real Love, Right Now – Simon & Schuster) Kailen Rosenberg took her seat on Delta Airlines in Minneapolis last Thursday morning to fly to California to participate in the Golden Globes swag bag event, she embarked on more of an adventure than she anticipated. She helped nine passengers find love in the air.

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Flight attendant KrisAnne Carolus came up with an idea to have Kailen help travelers find their soul mate on flight 2440 to Los Angeles. She invited Rosenberg to make the love connections. "You're invited to find love in the air," said Carolus over the loudspeaker prior to introducing Kailen Rosenberg.

And that's just what Rosenberg did. "If you're single and believe in love, I want to help you find your soul mate on this flight," said Rosenberg. "This could be your love story!"

Passengers passed notes to Kailen with a brief profile of themselves and a list of what they're looking for in their soul mate, she reviewed them and began interviewing the applicants. Rosenberg matched one single mother of two with an insurance salesman and she feels that a woman traveling from Australia may be the soul mate of an existing client in Oregon.

An A-List actor enlisted Rosenberg to find him love and a 19-year-old man commended her for her work, stating that he thinks people are treating marriage like they're dating in high school. "I want to get it right," he said. Several married couples jumped in to help play Cupid, directing Rosenberg to single people on the flight. One of the couples met on a flight to London and has been married for 30 years.

As a world-renowned Love Architect, Rosenberg helps people learn to love themselves and find their soul mate. Oprah Winfrey hails Rosenberg as her "Love Ambassador." The two completed a television series, Lovetown USA that brought love to an entire town and they continue to work together to raise love to a higher level. In the past 20 years, Kailen has led 300 couples into marriage.

Kailen Rosenberg's passion for building happy and healthy relationships stems from a childhood experience at St. Joseph's Home for Children in St. Paul, Minn. The love and care she received there as a frightened child who had just been removed from her home inspired her to build a business based on love as an adult. Her overall mission is to bring more love to the world.

Love Architects helps individuals find real love and families build loving relationships. Find them at www.thelovearchitects.com. Reach them at 952.544.5683.

Contact:

Kari Logan, PR


Kailen Rosenberg, 763-559-6058

SOURCE Kailen Rosenberg; Love Architects

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