"Like four I think," he says.
No, It's not your run-of-the-mill personal ad. Trehan tried that. "I did have an ad for about six months on yahoo, but it never went anywhere," he says.
At 38-and-single, the Matton native even considered the classifieds. But then he came up with a better idea. He's hoping to land a date while driving.
"I just saw the license plate holder at a Wal-Mart and thought, what would I put on a license plate if I could customize a message?"
The answer? A license plate holder that reads, "I'm single," and includes an actual phone number.
"I notice people at stop lights in my rear view message pointing and laughing and they don't know what to make of it," he says.
This scheme started out as a joke of sorts. "Half joking, half serious," he says.
But some women have already asked about the man behind the unmatched promotion. "A few that I wish hadn't," Trehan says chuckling.
So just what kind of woman is this man looking for? "Uh somebody who's smart funny and nice." He adds, what better way to find her, then this? So we went to find out, would women actually stop in traffic and call?
"No I don't think so," says one 23-year-;old graduate student.
"I might check him out, but I probably wouldn't actually consider it," says Acacia Lamb, who is actually single and searching.
But perhaps there's still hope...
"Never seen anything like that before, but I think it's creative. I like his entreprenuial spirit," says Melissa Edwards, who's, unfortunately, off-the-market. "If I were single, um yeah mabye. I'd get a look at him first."
The creator of this unique idea says that's most women's reaction. But, believe it or not, the number he's advertising is actually real, and so is he.
"I'm smart; I'm nice; I'm the real deal," he says smiling.
"You know he's brilliant," Edwards says after careful consideration. "I'm in marketing so why not put yourself out there like that? Go single guy!"
And go he does. So keep your eye out. No matter how many road-bumps he hits, he won't stop searching.
"I haven't met anybody that way, but I'm still hoping," he says.