WOODSIDE (KCBS)— It does not look like the affluent Peninsula community of Woodside will be changing its name to that of a controversial dating website anytime soon.
The town council has refused to consider what some called an indecent proposal from SugarDaddy.com, a site that connects wealthy men to women.
In a publicity stunt, the site operators offered the town more than $11.5 million to change it’s name to SugarDaddy.com USA for 10 years.
Company spokesman Darren Shuster received the cold shoulder for the most part from the town council on Tuesday night. He said Woodside is a perfect fit for the website.Comments