Brides Against Breast Cancer tour to stop in Phoenix

(Submitted photo)

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Brides Against Breast Cancer is a national nonprofit that tours the country selling donated wedding gowns with the proceeds directly going towards programs and services for people who are impacted by cancer.

The Nationwide Tour of Gowns will make a “tour stop” in Phoenix on Aug. 29, at the Arizona Grand Resort in Phoenix.The resort is located 8000 Arizona Grand Pkwy.

VIP entry costs $20 per person and will be from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; general admission will be $5 per person from 3 to 6 p.m. By purchasing VIP tickets, patrons can be the first to try on and purchase gowns, enjoy snacks, beverages, entertainment and giveaways, according to Brides Against Breast Cancer event page.

The tour will feature bridal dress vendors with gowns between $75-$1,800. The average price of a gown is $600, according to the website.

Brides Against Breast Cancer contributes to programs for cancer patients and their families, according to its website. Outreach and educational efforts during the Nationwide Tour of Gowns bridal shows around the country help ensure that people impacted by cancer have the resources and information they need in their battle with cancer.

The revenue generated by Brides Against Breast Cancer on our Nationwide Tour of Gowns charity bridal events, non-bridal networking events, and beneficiary events makes it possible to deliver these free educational information and support services to thousands of children and adults impacted by cancer across the country, according to the website.

To register for the event, visit the Phoenix event page on Brides Against Breast Cancer website, here.

For more information about the event at the Arizona Grand Resort visit http://www.arizonagrandresort.com/meetings-events.

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