In The Press
Dennie Smith from Old Style Dating paid tribute to the legacy of the World War I Veterans. She joined the British Legion organised 52 mile walk across the WW1 battlefields to mark the 2018 centenary.
Dennie Smith was interviewed by the BBC News on why she started Old Style Dating. And what makes her online dating site so different.
Dennie Smith with her dog Coco featured in Express.
A Caterham hairdresser has launched a dating website that’s aimed at those who miss the flowers and old school charm of dating, and are tired of the modern way of website dalliances.
Dennie Smith says the focus of Old Style Dating is about returning to the days of “respect, manners and commitment”, when a man bought a lady flowers and took her to the seaside, and they shared a milkshake instead of the more superficial and over populated hook-ups of Tinder and the algorithms of sites like Match.com.
Old Style Dating’s Dennie Smith featured in the April 2019 Issue of Women’s Own.
Old Style Dating in The Guildford Dragon.
To honour International Women’s Day, TGT had a chat with the founder of the Old Style Dating website Dennie Smith, about why we should celebrate this day and what it’s like to be a woman in business!
Dennie Smith chats on BBC Radio Coventry & Warwickshire with Trish Adudu on Online Dating with old style values. And why Old Style Dating is needed today.
Dennie Smith who founded online dating website Old Style Dating a year ago (Feb 14 2018) is celebrating the site’s first anniversary by launching a ‘Have A Heart Find A Heart’ challenge.
Dennie said: “I’m looking to give thousands of individuals across the UK genuinely looking for love the chance to find love. This is about dating in the modern age with old style values using new technology”.