Tallahassee Welcomes The Brides Against Breast Cancer Project

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Brides Against Breast Cancer Press Release

Brides Against Breast Cancer™ www.bridesabc.org is an organization serving a very "pink" purpose - their gown sales fund programs and services that are free to cancer patients and their families.

Through its "Nationwide Tour of Gowns" bridal shows, Brides Against Breast Cancer plans to unveil more than 100 shows in cities nationwide this year raising 2 million dollars for free support programs for cancer patients and their families.

The organization is making a tour stop in Tallahassee on Friday July 19 and Saturday, July 20 at the Four Points Sheraton Downtown
316 W. Tennessee Street

Brides Against Breast Cancer stops in over 100 cities nationwide, with an average offering of nearly 1,000 new or gently worn bridal dresses, brides-to-be will find their dream gown at a greatly reduced cost.

Wedding gown sales are an important fundraising program for Brides Against Breast Cancer. The organization makes it possible for future brides around the country to purchase wedding gowns at dramatic savings, and give back. Most gown prices range from $75 to $799, including beautiful new name brand and designer gowns valued up to $3,000 and higher.
Other interesting talking points to note:

= 2 Million dollars will be raised this year from our "Nationwide Tour of Gowns"

= Proceeds go to free support programs and services for those impacted by cancer.

= Brides Against Breast Cancer will distribute over 10,000 breast "self-exam" cards this year

= Average price of dress during our charity gown sales is $600

= Gown prices start as low as $99 and range up to $3,500 and up

= Many brides shop with us to honor a loved one lost to cancer

Charity Gown Sale Show times:
Friday, July 19 6pm to 9pm --First look at dresses, talk to Brides, moms, friends, volunteers and those touched by cancer.

Saturday, July 20 10am to 5pm -- General admission talk to Brides, moms, friends, volunteers and those touched by cancer.

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