The love of a mother can sometimes help you find a loved one.
Boston resident Molly Davis learns about this from her mother Beth, who recently partnered up with dating app Wingman and got a billboard with Molly’s smiley face in Times Square.
“Date with my daughter,” the notice board reads, with an arrow pointing directly at Molly. Below Molly’s digital profile photo is a signed chat bubble from Beth, “’I’m Molly and her mom’s winger.’” The notice board ends with a link to Molly’s story and Beth.
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Beth, 61, joined Wingman on behalf of her daughter because she wants Molly to find a “good man.” The goal has become a top priority for Beth since learning that her breast cancer had spread.
“I want to know that I’m leaving her in good hands,” Beth said in a heartfelt statement she shared with WingmanApp.com.
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Qualities Beth looks for in Molly’s love match include a strong bond with family and a strong support system of friends.
“I read about the modern way to date and started looking for Molly’s soul mate online,” Beth told Fox News Digital. “The perfect young man is someone who is ready and not distracted by the next shiny dime. He will have a close relationship with his family and lots of friends who just can’t believe he still is. single. He should have a good sense of humor, and not take himself too seriously. Like Molly, he should have a strong work ethic, but strive for balance by enjoying activities together. outdoor fun like hiking, biking and exploring. Must love dogs and adventures. “
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Molly, 30, is from Massachusetts and a world traveler. She works in medical sales and has a passion for fun, fitness and new experiences, according to Beth.
A Wingman spokesperson told Fox News Digital that company founder Tina Wilson spotted the profile Beth made for Molly, and that she felt moved to help the duo ” speed up “his research. After some thought, it was determined that a 47ft by 25ft billboard in Times Square in New York City (also known as “Crossroads of the World”) would attract so many eyes to Molly’s profile in the fastest amount of time.
Wingman paid for Outfront Media’s billboard, and it will be up for a month.
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The dating app noted that “Wingmom” Beth had already received hundreds of emails from potential matches.
When it comes to how Molly feels about her sudden rise to fame, she told Fox News Digital, “My mom always took me on spontaneous adventures, so I wasn’t surprised that ‘she wants to heal me. But I didn’t. I didn’t really believe the billboard was real until I saw it with my own eyes. “
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To learn more about Molly and Beth, visit WingmanApp.com/Molly. Potential suitors can contact Beth at Mom@WingmanApp.com.