How to Meet and Date Rich Men in Arkansas, USA

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Located in the Southern region of the United States, Arkansas is blessed with diverse natural beauty as well as a thriving economy. Thus if you are looking for a wealthy single to indulge you, the Natural State can be a good place to start looking.

Work for successful Arkansas business families

Sam Walton helped make many people wealthy in Arkansas. Don Soderquist, Jack Shewmaker, Frank Lyon and Frank Fletcher all partly owe their wealth to Wal-Mart or Sam Walton. Likewise you too could come upon a successful single working for Wal-Mart. Alternately in order to meet rising executives and sales professionals you can work for Wal-Mart at their corporate offices in Bentonville, or in their stores across the state. And whether or not you meet the guy of your dreams, you can even feasibly get rich yourself working for largest private employer of the country. The Stephens family is another well-known name in Arkansas business circles. Their name is on Dickey-Stephens Park, where the Arkansas Travelers play, and our downtown nature center is dubbed the Witt Stephens Nature Center. It is believed that they employ over 600 people in Little Rock. The Murphy Family and the Rockefellers are other famous names associated with Arkansas and they all believed in giving opportunities to the people of the state. The Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation has awarded million of dollars to Arkansas and in his honor, the family donated $12 million to help to build one of the best cancer research centers in the state. Again it was the grandson of Charles H. Murphy (the founder of Murphy Oil) who made "the Eldorado Promise." Murphy Oil promised to set aside money to ensure every student graduating from El Dorado schools would get a scholarship for college. Working for any of these families can help you rub shoulders with the rich singles or emerging professionals in these circles.

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Get to know the landed families

Although approximately 3% of the population is employed in the agricultural sector, it remains a major part of the state's economy, ranking 13th in the nation in the value of products sold. The state is one of the U.S.'s largest producers of rice, broilers, and turkeys, and ranks in the top three for cotton, pullets, and aquaculture. Forestry remains strong in the Arkansas Timberlands, and the state ranks fourth nationally and first in the South in softwood lumber production. . So if you are keen to make your acquaintance with the rich guys of Arkansas, get yourself out in the countryside. Try to gain access to exclusive country clubs and recreational facilities where members of this class are likely to hang out. Also frequent social dos hosted by agricultural associations and business groups where you are sure to make the acquaintance of a successful and single entrepreneur.

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Tourism is also very important to the Arkansas economy; the official state nickname "The Natural State" was originally created for state tourism advertising in the 1970s, and is still used to this day. The state maintains 52 state parks and the National Park Service maintains seven properties in Arkansas, including the nation's first National Park, Hot Springs National Park. The completion of the William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock has drawn many visitors to the city and revitalized the nearby River Market District. Many cities also hold festivals which draw tourists to the culture of Arkansas such as King Biscuit Blues Festival, Ozark Folk Festival, Toad Suck Daze, and Tontitown Grape Festival. Thus if you are looking to meet successful singles in Arkansas zoom in on those who belong to the tourism and hospitality industry. They could range from owners of hotels, resorts and travel agencies to interpreters, chefs, guides and adventure sports professionals who make a good living from tourism. Apart from visiting the major tourist destinations in the state, don’t forget to frequent travel conventions and tourism workshops if you want to meet the real movers and shakers of the industry.

Upscale Resort towns and recreational destinations

Known as America’s “Victorian Village”, Eureka Springs in Arkansas is frequented by wealthy vacationers looking for a relaxing break from adding on to their millions. This town preserves turn-of-the-century architecture with fine dining, shopping, antiquing, spas, historic hotels, art galleries and museums. Winding mountain streets and natural springs provide the scenic setting for this quaint town that has been heavily influenced by its artist community. There is a wealth of nature’s treasures such as Blue Spring Heritage Center and Gardens, caves, Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge as well as man-made attractions like a doll museum, live music and magic shows. You may even meet a wealthy traveller on Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway dinner train excursion rides. Eureka Springs has the privilege of being named one of America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and features as one of the most cherished spots for luxury getaways in the American South.
You can even frequent upscale recreational destinations to meet wealthy single men who are interested in traditional sports such as hunting and fishing. The state created the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission in 1915 to regulate and enforce hunting. Today a significant portion of Arkansas's well to do population participates in hunting duck in the Mississippi flyway and deer across the state. Millions of acres of public land are available for both bow and modern gun hunters. Similarly fishing has always been popular in Arkansas, and the sport and the state have benefited from the creation of reservoirs across the state. Following the completion of Norfork Dam, the Norfork Tailwater and the White River have become a destination for trout fishers. Several smaller retirement communities such as Bull Shoals, Hot Springs Village, and Fairfield Bay have flourished due to their position on a fishing lake where you can come across wealthy retirees looking for a companion. The Buffalo National River has been preserved in its natural state by the National Park Service and is frequented by fly fishers annually.

Frequent Upscale Hangouts

Finally head for the upscale bars and nightclubs in the state in order to meet single who have both the resources and the time to live the good life. Little Rock has some great nightlife, especially in the downtown area. Best known for their slightly upscale restaurant, Cajun's Wharf also hosts live music and "deck parties" on Thursday nights. In Little Rock, it is the place to be on Thursday and though the restaurant just stays open just until around eleven, the bar stays open late. If you are keen to meet the sporty type, head to Grumpy's in Little Rock that is swanky sports bar with live entertainment. Midtown Billiards is a private club with member fee and live music on some nights where sometimes celebrities come in when they're in town. Apart from Little Rock, other cities in Arkansas too attract their share of successful and single male guests. For instance the Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville is a favorite meeting ground for successful sports lovers while Neumeier's Rib Room is reputed for serving up delicious ribs and great live music in Fort Smith in Arkansas, which draws the an exclusive clientele.