Omaha Love is a modern matchmaking service that was founded in 2009 by Courtney Quinlan.She felt that singles in Omaha deserved a fun, safe way to be exposed to other like minded individuals.It’s great conversation fodder when someone displays snapshots of himself on vacation or out with friends, but it’s reasonable to expect at least one clear picture of his face.If you receive an impersonal message that seems oddly like a form letter, it probably is.She connects best with open-minded clients who are willing and eager to make positive changes in themselves, which in turn helps prepare them for meeting their perfect match.
Someone who truly wants to get to know you will take the time to write a personalized message responding to specific items in your profile, not send a generic cut-and-paste letter saying, “Hey girl, I saw your profile and was intrigued …” Think about the hundreds of other people who’ve gotten the same letter, and decide whether you’re willing to accept only the barest minimum of effort.
They have been married for several years, and have a beautiful little boy together named Owen.
“The individual care that they give each and every member is extraordinary, and I do not feel like a number.
Alison has been setting friends up on dates as long as she can remember, a quality she attributes to her mother, which makes her a second generation matchmaker.
She has been with Omaha Love since 2010, and her intuitive gift has led to many of her clients meeting their match on their first date.