The dating world is treacherous. It’s made even worse by people who have no clue what they’re doing on first dates.
Midwest Matchmaking (formerly Omaha Love) has been featured in multiple local and national news and media interviews.
“When Jennifer Purdie’s new boyfriend handed her a jewelry box, she felt embarrassed that she’d been outdone. They’d been dating only two months! She had assumed that they’d go small and sweet with their Christmas gifts, so she had baked him cookies. And here he was, giving her jewelry.” Read More
The team at Midwest Matchmaking said it receives engagement announcements from former members about every two weeks and hearing the stories behind those relationships never gets old.
Founder Courtney Quinlan remembers two people in particular who came to her years ago. The gentleman was a chef from Sioux City, Iowa, and the woman, an attorney and entrepreneur, was from Tarkio, Missouri. They were in their late 50s and early 60s, and they both had fun, adventurous, and quirky personalities.
Courtney Quinlan discusses matchmaking with Marco LeRoc.
Marco Kpeglo LeRoc is an emerging thought leader and a leading personal achievement expert. He’s the founder of Marco LeRoc & Co., an organization that inspires people to grow personally and financially.
He is the author of three books: Activate Your Untapped Potential, Screw College Debt, and Cash In with Your Money. Marco has been featured on many news outlets nationally and internationally, including Huffington Post, ABC7 Good Morning Washington, Yahoo Finance, CBN News, Black Enterprise, Good Morning Ghana and WGN.
A New Year means setting new resolutions, does that mean finding love? For many…the answer is yes! Midwest Matchmaking Owner and Matchmaker Courtney Quinlan recently chatted with Des Moines WHO13 News about ‘Dating Sunday’, and what that means for singles looking for love in the new year.
After a year of being forced to separate, some people are going into 2021 focused on finding love.
Sunday is the perfect day to get started because it is “Single Sunday.”
Over the past decade, dating sites say they’ve seen an uptick in people looking for love on the first Sunday of each new year.
The theory is single people were lonely over the holidays and don’t want to be alone on Valentine’s Day.
Courtney Quinlan, the owner of Midwest Matchmaker, says her clients are having luck finding love during lockdown by going on virtual dates.