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When Lawrenceburg native and slopestyle ski bronze medalist Nick Goepper took to Twitter to offer up a dream-date contest, he received thousands of responses from girls across the country. Pleading tweets and swooning videos using #IwantToDateNick flooded social media.

But in the end, one girl stood out.

After serenading Goepper with a rendition of Jason Mraz's "I'm Yours," Annie Rogers was picked for the dream date. Rogers, reportedly a 21-year-old student from Ohio, was informed of the date when Goepper tweeted her saying "Your video was amazing and I can't wait to hang out!"

Rogers met Goepper in New York over the weekend where they spent two days together going to a Broadway show, a hockey game, fancy dinners and more, according to NBC Sports.

Goepper posted photos of the two on social media, where they were all smiles at a baseball game and hanging out in Times Square.

As for the future, Rogers told NBC Sports that she and Goepper hope to meet up again this summer

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