Bumble, the women-first social networking app with over 65 million users worldwide, has teamed up with two-time GRAMMY-winning artist Lauren Daigle to provide its users a once-in-a-lifetime experience to spread the message that #AskingForAFriend doesn’t have to be scary and that making a new friend can be an exciting adventure. A campaign was announced last month where one lucky Bumble user and their BFF could win an unforgettable adventure in New York City with Lauren Daigle, whose most recent single, “Rescue,” inspired the contest.
Last night, Daigle invited winners Lexi Hiland and Caroline Haywood to an intimate acoustic performance at the iHeart Headquarters in New York City, where earlier in the day she announced her first headlining arena world tour. Lauren also then took the women to a local ice cream shop where they made ice cream, and spent time hanging out together.
Bumble is a free app and is available to download in the App Store and Google Play. Bumble has over 65 million users in 150 countries and connects people across friendship, dating and professional networking. Bumble BFF is one of the only services which enables women to match, connect and find new friends in over 150 countries around the world.
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