Friday, April 13, 2012

Donate a dress and make Project Prom Princess a success

Not everyone can afford a prom dress this spring. Knowing this,  WDVD-FM (96.3) along with AV7 Productions and Lakeside Mall have teamed up for Project Prom Princess. The annual event gives everyone the chance to look their best for the big night.

Project Prom Princess kicks off with a strolling fashion show tonight at 6:30 p.m. The high school models will be walking the runway displaying Project Prom Princess dresses, along with tuxedos provided by President Tuxedo and Men’s Warehouse & Tux.  Throughout the show shoppers will be provided with tips on where to find their prom-related items at Lakeside Mall.

If you’ve had the good fortune of attending a prom you know how important this event can be not to mention what an event such as this means to young adults who are considering not attending prom because of financial reasons. The Project Prom Princess Boutique is open for business and encourages shoppers who want to help to drop off gently worn dresses or fashion accessories at the boutique April 13-15 located on the upper level at Lakeside Mall (near Macy’s Women’s). 

“The dresses will be distributed to girls who otherwise could not afford them, by appointment only, April 19-21,” said Amy Stanton, marketing manager for Lakeside Mall.

Girls in need of a prom dress can register online at WDVD-FM (96.3) Those who participate will also be invited to enter for a chance to take their school's prom to the next level with a complete prom package courtesy of AV7 Productions.

For further information call, 586-247-1590