Speed dating waikato
The Bachelors made their way across Auckland, Waikato and the Bay of Plenty, visiting Farmlands stores to take part in exciting activities and challenges.
Arriving at Fieldays, the Bachelors had their skills, attitude and all-round charisma tested in a number of competitive challenges and entertainment, from speed fencing to health and safety, log splitting to construction.
The challenges are largely agricultural-based but we threw in a few fun twists to test the character of these rural men.
From Wednesday to Friday there were challenges every day, with winner Matthew Mc Atamney of Fairlie, announced at the official prizegiving on Saturday.
Hamilton's industrial businesses expanded the population greatly and other American companies followed suit, such as Proctor & Gamble and the Beech-Nut Packing Company.
So yeah, it's a massive opportunity." He hopes that it will one day be "trendy in the Tron" for there to be a speed dating event happening every day.The 28-year-old started his speed dating business earlier this year and has big plans to expand across the country.Failure on Tinder and watching on Bravo led to the business's conception."Hamilton is not the most active city for going out and doing stuff," he said.The Bachelor's put everything on the line with the hopes of walking away with one of the two titles – Rural Bachelor of the Year 2017 and People’s Choice Award 2017 – and a prize pool of ,000.All Bachelor finalists were kitted out by Swanndri and Skellerup and got a great opportunity to visit Fieldays exhibitors and attend demonstrations.