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Read about MTN in print and online

Read about MTN in print and online

We’re not the only ones who like to talk about MTN Matchmaking, you know. Over the years the press has taken quite an interest in Maureen Tara Nelsons’ unique, personalized approach to executive Matchmaking. Take a look at what they’ve been saying… perhaps your story will be the next one to make headlines?

Or, if you don`t have much time for reading, you can also listen to Maureen Tara Nelson`s weekly radio show on KJOY 98.3 for the second year in a row, it is called “Long Island Matchmaker” and being aired on Sunday mornings.


Cupid on overtime: LI Matchmaker looks to expand business

Maureen Tara Nelson, founder and owner of MTN Matchmaking, on Jan. 26, 2018. Credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams Jr. By Cara S. Trager Special to Newsday February 11, 2018 6:00 AM Valentine’s Day is this week, but Cupid works year-round on Long Island. Just ask Maureen Tara Nelson, the founder and owner of MTN Matchmaking Inc. in Melville. “Everyone always needs love,” said Nelson, whose revenue last year exceeded $1 million — a 50 percent jump over 2013’s results. Each year, she matches more than 1,000 singles — as in widowed, divorced, legally separated and never-married individuals; her clients are 21 to 87 years old. Nelson said she has facilitated more than 1,000 long-term relationships, including marriages, since starting the company in 2006. Her efforts range from screening prospective clients in her office to serving as couples’ dating coach. She also has a satellite office in Manhattan. But as...