Apr 07, 2018 09:34AM
By Janet Tilden
“We run criminal background checks and meet with our clients in person to make sure they’re who they say they are,” says Courtney Quinlan, founder and CEO of Omaha Love. “Our screening process weeds out people who are just looking to play the field and aren’t really serious about forming a long-term relationship.”
Courtney entered the matchmaking industry in 2007 and started her company in 2009. She shares matchmaking duties with Alison David, Sena Eicher, and Lisa Smith. Omaha Love offers three membership levels to suit the needs and preferences of their diverse client base. Platinum members work directly with Courtney, whose recruiting efforts extend beyond the company’s database. Gold memberships are private and not on any database. Silver members have access to a database of pictures and profiles. Omaha Love also regularly hosts events such as speed dating meetups and can arrange dates to be held at safe, centrally located places.
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