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Within two weeks the pair went on their first date, Mc Ginty returned Dolan’s It’s Just Lunch registration fee, and less than four months later they were married.
Little by little, Dolan became involved with the business as it expanded, absorbing other services and opening new branches.
“When I was there, some people were into studying; most people were not.
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Dolan, Harvard Law grad (class of 1987) and CEO of It’s Just Lunch, a rapidly expanding dating service for busy professionals.
If the company isn’t already in your post-graduation city of residence, it likely will be—nearly 50 franchises are located in most major cities across the country, with new offices opening in Harvard-grad hot spots Boston and San Francisco this spring.
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