Chelsea & Jason
Hello!!! My name is Chelsea Lawson. I am writing this email because I saw your ad for the perfect proposal on tv the other day.

 I would have to say that me and my other half would be great candidates for the wedding package. Jason and I meet in 1996 in middle school. I had started dating his friend and when he saw me he admits to not thinking I was pretty. Time passed and we all became very close. We used to hang out after school and on weekends. Needless to say his friend and myself did better as friends then as boyfriend/girlfriend. Jason and I got together on November 14,1996. We are best friends, parents, and each others rock. We have been together for 14 years this past November but never was able to get married.The 2 of us have been through so much together, but always remained. We have 4 boys together from the age of 9-1. All of the boys talk about us getting married and always asks if we will or why we don't, to which I don't have a good answer beside the money. I would love nothing better then to have a nice wedding where all my friends and family could witness me and my best friend "getting hitched". We had started to plan a wedding for the year of 2010 but I became pregnant and had my last child which kinda put a damper on the wedding happening. It's more important for me to invest my money in my children then on myself and a wedding.
The perfect proposal would to be asked maybe at a big event like the SUPERBOWL, or a Dallas Maverick game. If your gonna do it you might as well do it big, RIGHT??? Myself being a modern gal would have no problem popping the question to him on 1 knee, blindfolded, or on TV!!!! It would be quite exciting......
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Thanks so much for taking the time to read this post and I look forward to hearing back:) Regardless of if we get chosen....Jason and I will be together for the rest of our lives. It would just be great to finally have the same last name and "tie the knot" finally after 14 years. Thanks for this amazing opportunity.

Thanks,
Chelsea Lawson