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Early Buzz About House of Brides All New Warehouse Sale
Date:7/31/2013

Lombard, Illinois (PRWEB) July 31, 2013

House of Brides is reporting appointments nearing capacity for this Saturday’s Warehouse Sale. Since the sale’s announcement on Monday, customers have called daily to schedule an appointment to take advantage of the advertised savings on wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses and more. The event is by appointment only and additional staff has been called-in to accommodate customer demand.

The warehouse features a huge inventory of wedding and special event apparel and products. Dresses are available for immediate purchase in an array of styles and colors and in sizes 0 – 30. The retailer has held special events at the location periodically since January 2012 and has always received an overwhelming response.

However, Saturday’s sale is a first for the retailer. Included in Monday’s announcement, the retailer detailed drastic discounts on the warehouse’s entire inventory. Wedding and special event apparel and products will be offered at across-the-board pricing.

Over 1,000 bridal gowns are $199.95. Over 5,000 bridesmaid dresses are $29.95. Over 200 Mother of the Wedding and special occasion gowns are $49.95 and over 300 flowergirl dresses are $19.95.

Also, shoes and accessories are $9.95.

Industry Consultant Dale Buziecki says, ”The Warehouse Sale will feature the most incredible savings House of Brides has ever offered! A bride can purchase a gown retailed at $8,000 for just $199.95!”

The retailer expects appointments to continue to book quickly this week and is prepared to add more staff as needed.

The Warehouse Sale is Saturday, August 3rd 10:00am – 5:00pm. The sale is available at
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