Are you the one? Matchmaker seeks mate for wealthy Minneapolis attorney

A wealthy Minneapolis attorney has flown in a matchmaker from New York to find his wife. Matchmaker Janis Spindel says her client is 34 years old, 6 feet 2 inches tall and resembles JFK Junior. Spindel will be in town for the next couple days scouting for prospects.
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A wealthy Minneapolis attorney has flown in a matchmaker from New York to find his wife, KARE 11 says.

Matchmaker Janis Spindel says her client is 34 years old, 6 feet 2 inches tall and resembles JFK Junior. Spindel will be in town for the next couple days scouting for prospects.

In an interview with WCCO, Spindel says her client, who remains anonymous, is looking a for a "girl next door" in her late 20s or early 30s with an athletic build and natural beauty.

Watch WCCO's entire interview with Spindel:

If you'd like the chance to be considered by Spindel for the dark, tall and handsome hunk, you can visit Spindel's website.

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