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Brides Across America Announces "0peration Wedding Gown". Military Brides Say Yes To Free Dresses!
Nationwide—On November 9-12th, the national charitable organization, Brides Across America will be partnering with bridal salons across the country and will be giving away more free wedding gowns.
Brides Across America’s founder, Heidi Janson, wants to continue making dreams come true to military couples that have not had the opportunity to plan their dream wedding due to deployment. “Our continued efforts as an organization are to bring awareness to our communities. My goal is to make sure we don’t forget all the servicemen and women overseas fighting for our freedom”.
The event will take place nationwide on November 9-12th. Brides will be serviced on a first-come, first-serve basis. Brides are encouraged to come early and secure their place in line, as there is a limited supply. The gowns to be donated are valued between $500 and $4,000 and range in size. Each store will have a select number of gowns, sizes and designers.
In order to qualify, brides or their fiancé must be on active duty in the military, either currently deployed or deployed within the last five years to Iraq, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Qatar, Libya or Japan. Identification and deployment papers must be presented at the event to qualify.
For military brides who are interested in more information on how to qualify or to inquire about dates and locations contact Brides Across America at email@example.com or visit www.bridesacrossamerica.com.
About Brides Across America
Brides Across America, a Massachusetts based charitable organization focuses on providing free wedding gowns to those military brides that have not been able to have their dream wedding. Brides Across America is connecting with bridal salons across the nation to help spread the military spirit. Since 2007, Brides Across America and its partners have made a difference in the lives of many military brides.