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images-1Join the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition (DBCC) for the $100 Bridal Gown Sale! This free event will feature over 500 donated bridal gowns for sale at drastically discounted prices with all proceeds benefiting DBCC’s programs and services. The gowns, which have been donated to DBCC by manufacturers, bridal shops and brides, will all be priced at $100.  Gowns are of assorted styles and designers and range from sizes 2 to 32. There will be dressing rooms and bridal assistants on site.

All sales will be cash or credit card only. Free parking is available at the fairgrounds. For more information about the sale, please visitwww.debreastcancer.org/brides or call 1-866-312-DBCC and choose extension 10.  For volunteer opportunities at the sale, please contact Kelly Kershaw at 302-778-1102 ext. 10 or kkershaw@debreastcancer.org.  If you are interested in donating a wedding dress that is less than 5 years old and has been professionally cleaned, please call 302-778-1102 ext. 10 or 21.

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