Man offers $1,000 reward for help finding future wife

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SAN DIEGO -- Dave Greenberg has been married twice and hopes the third time is the charm.

For the last six years, Greenberg has been driving around town with a "Wife Wanted" poster taped to the back window of his car, but so far, no luck.

Greenberg says women have not been willing to overlook his "three strikes."

"I don't fly, I'm not loaded with money and I'm not religious," Greenberg said.

Greenberg has also set up a website, MarryDave.com, in hopes of finding his soul mate.

"I’ve had a few dates," he said. "I’m open to all races, all ethnic groups, all ages 50 and up, anywhere you want to go. If the chemistry is there, it’s all that really matters to me."

Greenberg describes himself as responsible, reliable, debt-free and down to earth.

He says he is looking for a woman who would be willing to spend winters in Florida, where he owns a condo. He says she doesn't have to be well-off, as long as she doesn't have a lot of debt.

Greenberg has put up a $1,000 reward for anyone who helps him find a wife.