Why is everyone still single?

We’ve just received word of an event later this month that will seek to answer the question “Why is everyone still single?”

“The Great Love Debate” will feature “100 of Arizona’s most dynamic single women” and “100 of its most eligible bachelors,” who will sit on opposite sides of the Phoenix Theatre on July 15 for the interactive town hall-style program. Leading experts in the field of dating and relationships will discuss and debate the answer.

The program will be hosted and moderated by Brian Howie, author of “How to Find Love in 60 Seconds.

Panelists include:

Katie Johnson, writer, performer, and Phoenix dating columnist
Katherine Kopa, relationship writer and casting producer ABC’s “The Bachelor”
Mark Owen, founder and president of Events & Adventures, America’s largest singles activities group
Dr. Gary Salyer, an author and the creator of the Safe to Love Again Workshop
Kimberly Seltzer, a dating makeover expert and confidence specialist
Sameera Sullivan, CEO and Lead Certified Matchmaker of Lasting Connections
Leslie Ungar, communication expert and coach and TV host

All tickets must be purchased in advance and are limited to 100 per gender.

Pre-show cocktails begin at 6:30 p.m., the program starts at 7:30 p.m. After the show, there will be a “Meet, Greet, Mix, Mingle and Match” party. Tickets are $40. Click here to register.

Visit GreatLoveDebate.com.

Phoenix is just one stop on “The Great Love Debate” tour. To get an idea of what the program is like, here’s an article written by Kim Calvert of “Sex in the City,” who attended one last year in Los Angeles.