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But Russell said because he lives here he started advertising here and plans to expand to other states.
Since Friday the website has gone from five members to more than 2,000.
Jeanetta Williams, spokeswoman for NAACP, said she thought the billboard was strange but didn’t feel like the site was a hate group.
Williams released a full statement: "I thought it was strange that they would put this Billboard up in Utah, especially with such a large White population and the high cost of Billboards.
WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah -- The creator of the controversial new dating Web site, 'Where White People Meet.com' says the number one question he gets asked is, "Why? " “What prompted the idea is I was at home a few months ago sick watching daytime television being bombarded with whereblackpeoplemeet.com, LDS Singles, Christian Mingle, you name it there were websites out there and I thought, ‘well, why can’t there be where Where White People Meet.com?
“If I said I didn’t want somebody without a Christian background, I would be lying to myself, and wasting my time,” she said.
There are frequent gatherings in restaurants, bars, churches, museums or country walks.
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Russell said he got into the finding-a-soulmate business to take a slice of the multi-billion dollar industry. “It wasn't in any way shape or form based on racism or any of those types of things at all.
We're not racist in the slightest bit.” Some have pointed out it's ironic to advertise here in Utah where more than 90 percent of the population is white.