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Lexington Bridal Show to make a difference for Virginia military couple

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This weekend Brides Across America, a wedding dress designer and a Lexington bridal consultant will team up to make a difference for a military couple about to say "I do."

At the Lexington Bridal Show, a Virginia military bride will win the dress of her dreams.

The dress is designed by Anne Bowen and the deserving bride will actually be chosen this evening.

On Sunday, she will get to pick a dress from all of Anne Bowen's wedding collection.

Later the winning bride will fly to New York for a final fitting of her dress.

If you are a bride or know someone who is, show organizers are looking for nominations to win a free wedding and a honeymoon at The Greenbrier resort.

Those couples will be selected on Sunday.

To nominate a couple email justin@justinpeery.com.

Also, Brides Across America will give away two more dresses to a Virginia military bride at upcoming bridal shows in Manassas and Virginia Beach.

To register to win log on to www.bridesacrossamerica.com.

The show is Sunday, November 3rd, at VMI's Marshall Hall of Valor between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.

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