Making first dates fun! Suzy Robb and Charlie Day at the last dating event in November. Pic: Charlie Day. Two Norfolk businesswomen fed up with online dating apps have set up their own new venture which aims to get meet with in Lincoln NE meeting face to face.
Making first date fun not a nerve-wracking experience: Charlie Day and Suzy Robb, two businesswomen launching their own dating service. Instead of getting images of a potential date flash up on an app and needing to swipe if you are interested, you get a chance to actually talk and get to know other single people guys looking for Green Bay WI women a series of events organised by the innovative duo.
It comes just after the day hailed as the busiest of the year for online dating, last Sunday, which saw huge spikes in people ing up in hope of finding romance in the new year ahead. Charlie Day, 38 and Suzy Robb, 43, both working, time dating agency Fayetteville mums, were disillusioned with the online dating services provided - so decided to act and use their experience and contacts to set up Socialise!
Instead, they gather a group of like minded single people and meet at a venue where a drink of fizz and light meal is provided for a set cost — date rape Lakeland FL hope is people will really hit it off and meet up again.
Both ladies are divorced and both have two children; Charlie has a seven and nine year old and Suzy, a nine and six year-old. They met doing the school runs and became firm friends, with the same thing — the fact they were single — in common. The branding for the new Socialise! Although fun dates in Odessa TX have found it relatively easy to attract single ladies, they do need more men to attend.
And if the idea really takes off, they are hoping it might even spark off franchise opportunities. All set for romance! The table set for the Socialise!
Two mums launch a new dating service which doesn’t ask you to ‘swipe right’
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