"Dating is a numbers game, " says Amy. "I need to reach a large pool of guys." Her strategy? Go where the guys are. Amy's hoping to raise enough money to buy a $3 million Super Bowl spot so she can advertise her availability to the millions of men who'll be glued to the TV during the game. Now since she doesn't have $3 million just lying around, Amy has turned to the Internet for help in reaching her goal. She's created a website, Superbowlsinglegirl.com, so people can donate money and help her find a hubby.
So far, she's raised about $1000. While she has a long way to go, Amy is optimistic, as well as appreciative of any and all support. "I know times are tough. Even $10 is as appreciated as the bigger ones." Speaking of those bigger ones, a $10,000 donation will get you an invitation to the wedding -- if there is one.
Ever the realist, Amy says if she doesn't meet her goal she'll donate all the money she's raised to the United Way. But in the meantime, she's planning her attack and brainstorming ideas for the TV spot. Maybe she'll rap, write a jingle or even feature testimonials from ex-lovers. Whatever the outcome, Amy insists that all she really wants out of all of this is to fine a nice guy with a good heart. Check out Amy Borkowsky on "Extra" on Monday, October 27.
Coming next week: Video of our interview with husband hunter Amy Borkowsky.
Do you think running a Super Bowl ad for a husband is a good idea, or a total waste of money?