OBJECTIVE (The Challenge): Locate a specific person's contact information or online profile, with no name, and very little information. (read below). Provide as many possible unique leads for the description below, until she is located. I know this is a shot in the dark, but I am willing to pay for a talented social researcher to scan through profiles that I don't have the time for.
BACKGROUND: I attended a concert this past weekend in NYC, and noticed someone that I would like to reconnect with. She noticed me also, but we were both with dates, and every time we tried to get closer to approach one another, one of our dates would return to the bar.
We saw each other at Location: Gramercy Theater at 127 East 23rd Street, New York, NY 10010 (upstairs and downstairs)
on Date: Saturday, 22-September-2012 (from around 8PM to midnight)
Headlining Band for that night: Korpiklaani
GENDER: Female, obviously.
AGE: 30 (When having her ID checked, she said "I'm 30, but I was 16 when that photo was taken."
HEIGHT: 5'7" to 6'1"
HAIR: long, blonde dreadlocks down to her waist, or below (most easily identifiable trait)
DETAILS: She was thin / fit, with surprisingly long dreadlocks for her age, and spoke English without any foreign accent.
WHAT I AM LOOKING FOR:
Use whatever means available to you to search tags, photos, check-ins, tweets / twitter mentions, traits, and anything else you can think of.
Provide photos and/or links to Facebook (or other social networking sites) profiles for user(s) that match the description above, living / visiting in or near New York City.
Pay is negotiable. I was thinking of a low flat rate paid per profile returned matching description + larger bonus paid for finding the right one + add'l bonus paid for sharing the search / research methods used.
Bids / suggestions accepted. This is really more of a contest.
Any sort of advice is greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your consideration.
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