Wedding Gown Giveaway Event
Brides Across America was born on a
realization that our country needs to do more to support our troops and their families.
After reading an article on NPR about how the troops in Afhganistan feel forgotten, it was time to do our part and give our support.
Bringing bridal and military together is a marriage made in heaven! Bridal salons are uniting across America to donate and giving away wedding gowns to qualified military brides. The wedding industry is making a difference and giving brides to be the opportunity to find the wedding gown of their dreams as well as aleviate some of the financial stess of purchasing a wedding gown.
Each store will be preparing a select number of gown to give away. Most othe gowns are samples and overstocks and are worth approximately $500 to $3000. Dresses range in sizes from 4-22 and will be given away on a first-come, first serve basis as long as you qualify.
Brides Across America is dedicated to make military brides dreams come true while, anxiously waiting the arrival of thier loved one from overseas. You too can make a difference by sending in a donation to support Homes For Our Troops.
For more information email us at email@example.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
More Free Gowns to Military Brides
In honor of Veteran’s Day, Brides Across America will be giving
away free wedding gowns to military brides-to-be Nationwide—
News 10-21-2009, Brides Across America, a nationwide charity dedicated to providing free wedding gowns for military brides, announced today that their bridal store partners will be giving away free designer wedding gowns on November 11, 2009.
Bridal salons across the country are pleased to reward the military personnel who have served in Iraq, Afghanistan, or whose fiancé’s are on active duty in these areas with this special Veteran’s Day event.
Wedding gown manufacturers and designers including Impression Bridal, Vera Wang, Carolina Herrera, and many more are donating sample wedding gowns to Brides Across America.
“With the economy at its lowest and military couples are struggling to afford a wedding, it is important that we come together to show our appreciation for their brave service and commitment to our country.” “Every little bit helps”, said Heidi Janson, founder of
Brides Across America. “Many soldiers come back injured and take severe pay cuts. It makes it very difficult to make ends meet not to mention have a dream wedding. The
least we can do is to help them have a magical day!” she said.
Brides Across America and its partners have given over 1500 wedding gowns nationwide since its inception and are striving to double that figure by the end of the year.
To qualify, brides must be engaged, be on active duty in the military, or have a fiancé on active duty in either Iraq or Afghanistan. All military brides must show ID, copy of
deployment papers, orders or other qualifying proof. Brides do not have to reside in the area where the giveaway is taking place. Each event has limited amounts of gowns and the event is on a first come first serve basis.
Contact for more information:
Email: info @ bridesacrossamerica.com
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