Enter to Win a Dream Southern Wedding!
Bridal Guide has teamed up with Boot Campaign and Brides Across America to throw a Dream Southern Wedding in Texas for a military bride and her fiancé.
If you’re a military couple and engaged to be married, you can enter to win a dream wedding in Texas from Boot Campaign and Brides Across America. Military brides can enter into the sweepstakes now through February 17, 2015 on BridalGuide.com/givingback. The wedding will take place on either May 3, 24 or June 7, 2015 at Las Brisas Farm in Fayetteville, TX. Sweepstakes is open to military brides who are 18 years or older. For full sweepstakes rules and to submit your entry, please visit BridalGuide.com/givingback. And, pick up the latest copy of Bridal Guide on newsstands now, to help you plan every part of your wedding!
Starting February 18, 2015, a panel of judges will review all videos and select a group of five finalists in accordance with the qualifying parameters listed on BridalGuide.com/givingback. America will vote for a winner among the top five finalists selected. Online public voting will take place from March 5-10, 2015 on BridalGuide.com. The finalist with the most votes wins! The winner of the Dream Southern Wedding will be announced on BridalGuide.com/givingback on March 11, 2015.
The Dream Southern Wedding partnership comes as a result of Lorenzo Lamas who is currently competing on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice. Lamas chose Boot Campaign as his charity for the competition. During an episode of Celebrity Apprentice, Lamas and other contestants were tasked with selling bridal gowns. Supporters of the Boot Campaign purchased 14 gowns for the nonprofit. The Boot Campaign in turn donated those 14 wedding gowns and a $20,000 grant to Brides Across America. This partnership led to forming the Dream Southern Wedding sweepstakes.
About Boot Campaign
The Boot Campaign is a national 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to showing tangible appreciation of our active military, raising awareness of the challenges they face upon return and supporting their transition home. The Boot Campaign cultivates awareness, promotes patriotism and provides assistance to military, past and present, and their families. Retail sales of combat boots, apparel and missionfocused merchandise, general public donations and corporate sponsorships allow the Boot Campaign to operate six initiatives including career transition, housing, education, wellness, urgent assistance and family support. These programs support military personnel, past and present, healing from a variety of physical and emotional combat wounds, embodying the campaign motto that, “When They Come Back, We Give Back.”
About Brides Across America
A national nonprofit, Brides Across America continues to honor our heroes by giving weddings and wedding gowns to our deserving military and making wedding dreams come true. Brides Across America has provided assistance to thousands of military couples since its inception in 2008. All donations that are received go directly to provide support to our couples. To date, Brides Across America, in collaboration with bridal salons, designers, and individual donations has been able to donate more than 14,000 wedding gowns and 20 weddings. Operation Wedding Gown made headlines when it was featured on NBC’s “Making a Difference” with Brian Williams and in PEOPLE magazine. Brides Across America was honored by the Joining Forces program, a national initiative to support and honor America’s service members and their families, which was launched by First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden.
About Bridal Guide
Bridal Guide is the go-to wedding magazine to help you plan your wedding from A to Z. With 4 million readers, Bridal Guide will help you plan your dream wedding and build a lasting marriage all while balancing your busy personal and professional lives. Bridal Guide and the ALL-NEW bridalguide.com focus on current trends in wedding fashion, beauty, wedding planning, travel and more. Find your dress, pick your flowers, plan your honeymoon and so much more from the comfort of your computer at BridalGuide.com.
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