Pennsylvania Wedding Showcase Sunday at BJC
Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! No, the Bryce Jordan Center won’t be having a monster truck rally this weekend–more like the exact opposite, really. If you’re a bride- or groom-to-be, or if your friend or relative is–or if you’re just looking for something completely different than watching football and catching up on your homework–be sure to stop by the BJC from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Sunday, September 25, for the 2011 Weddingpage.com Pennsylvania Wedding Showcase.
Businesses from all around central Pennsylvania from Hollidaysburg to Dubois will be there to put their wares on display for prospective buyers. There will be a fashion show featuring tuxedos and gowns, as well as individuals who can help coordinate each of the other aspects of the wedding, including florists, bridal shops, caterers, DJs, photographers, videographers, wedding planners, travel agents, cake decorators, reception venues, cosmetic companies, and more.
I’m a guy, so I’m sure I forgot about at least 80% of those that’ll be there. Ladies, don’t trust your fiancés to take care of any of this; drag him with you down to the Showcase so you make sure you get all your bases covered, and get a chance to win prizes including $1,000 in cash.
The 2011 Pennsylvania Wedding Showcase will run on Sunday, September 25, at the Bryce Jordan Center from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free for pre-registered brides and their one guest each, and $5 at the door.
Note: the Pennsylvania Wedding Showcase is sponsored by StateCollege.com, Altoona.com, and the Bryce Jordan Center. StateCollege.com and Altoona.com are owned by Lazerpro Digital Media Group, which also manages Onward State.
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