Kelly Leary Announces Revolution Dating Now Offering Complimentary Relationship Analysis and First Interview – PRNewswire

Kelly Leary Announces Revolution Dating Now Offering Complimentary Relationship Analysis and First Interview – PRNewswire

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla., May 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Kelly Leary, M.S., Founder and President of Revolution Dating in Palm Beach Gardens, just announced that her high-end professional matchmaker service for elite singles, busy professionals, and senior singles that want to find relationships is now offering a complimentary relationship analysis and first interview for singles looking to find the love of their lives.

“It was a tough go in March, April and May for all of us, but singles are now wondering — how will I date now?” said Leary. “I believe we will come out of this more connected to each other, and Revolution Dating is here to help with that by our offer of a complimentary interview and relationship analysis. The pandemic has been a huge wake-up call, and people might now be thinking whether they currently want to stay in their relationships; if they’re happy alone; or if they want to continue online dating.”

Through Revolution Dating, singles can get introduced to matches by someone they know — perhaps even Kelly — instead of meeting a stranger online. Call 561-630-9696 to set up an appointment.

Leary also announced that Revolution Dating has developed a new
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