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Wedding Gown Charity Drives

By: Lindsey Erin Heim - Published: • References: pepmembers.org & pepmembers.org
What woman doesn’t dream of the PERFECT wedding gown at some point in her life? Sometimes, the perfect wedding gown can be hard to find, but NOT ANYMORE thanks to the Pink Envelope Project’s latest campaign. Now women everywhere can snag their gorgeous gown and help to fight Breast Cancer at the same time. A wedding gown that effectively battles Cancer: what could be more perfect?

Tonight and tomorrow in San Ramon, Cali glowing brides are rushing to find their perfect dress at the "Brides against Breast Cancer" gown sale. If you're nearby and want to support a super cause, grab the nearest bride and stop by the San Ramon Marriott on Bishop Drive. Let’s be realistic. Weddings are amazingly expensive, (especially the kind WE want to have,) so we couldn’t be more thrilled to learn that admission is FREE and these unforgettable gowns start at just $99 bucks! These are super-fashionable designer and name-brand gowns which have been graciously donated to help battle Breast Cancer.

Not anywhere near Cali and totally bummed to miss this incredible opportunity? No worries. This is a HUGELY growing trend which will continue to travel across America. Be sure to check the Pink Envelope Project’s webpage (www.pepmembers.org) to get updates on show dates. The dates and times for this glamorous “tour of gowns” are listed under the "view entire gown sale calendar" link at the bottom of the webpage.

Don’t know a bride but passionately detest Breast Cancer? Throw in your helping hands by volunteering to help with the event. Volunteers are still needed, and the personal satisfaction payback is bigger than big. Stats for Brides Against Breast Cancer Trending: Older & Chilly
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