Brookfield store selling donated wedding gowns for charity
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CREATED 5:30 PM – UPDATED: 7:30 PM

BROOKFIELD- Every bride has a special day ahead of her — and one place is doing it for a special cause.

There’s another big sport happening at the old B & G Golf building: finding that perfect wedding dress.

There’s more than 1,000 donated dresses from Milwaukee’s Apollo Bridal Fashion Store that shut it’s doors on Mitchell Street.

Dresses with designers from Ralph Lauren and Lisa Renee — for sale at B & G Golf building.

Every wedding dress sold — St. Vincent de Paul Society can buy a bed for a child in need.  They hope to raise at least $ 200,000 from the sale and buy two thousand beds for kids.

“They go into a home where people hardly have anything and children are sleeping on the floor,” said Debbie Duskey, executive director of St. Vincent de Paul Society.

Meanwhile, Pamela Shields immediately grabbed five dresses to help her cousin Ashley find “the one.”

Jamie Dobbs is crazy about the good deal she got on her wedding dress.  She paid a little more than $ 300.

TODAY’S TMJ4 reports that an organizer of the sale says they may possibly have another blow out sale later this year.

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Bridal Gown Proceeds To Benefit Community
News from WISN Milwaukee:

POSTED: 3:33 pm CST February 9, 2012
UPDATED: 9:12 pm CST February 9, 2012

It’s the season for brides, and one southeast Wisconsin store is offering an amazing deal with proceeds that will benefit the community.The St. Vincent de Paul Society has opened a temporary store in Wauwatosa for the sole purpose of selling bridal gowns, attendants dresses and other wedding accessories.The charity received more than 1,000 gowns after a long-time Milwaukee store decided to close its doors.”We got them from Apollo Bridal Store,” said Beth Hohenfeldt, Director of Services at St. Vincent de Paul. “If you grew up in Milwaukee, that’s where you got your bridal dress.”For 28 years, Rosi Serci brought to life the vision brides walking down the aisle as the owner of Apollo Bridal, but in retirement her gift will provide beds to families in need.

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