Brides Against Breast Cancer Makes a Stop in Huntley - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Brides Against Breast Cancer Makes a Stop in Huntley

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According to the non-profit Breastcancer.org, breast cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in women.

Brides Against Breast Cancer contributed to programs for cancer patients and their families by hosting a nationwide tour of gowns, which allows brides the opportunity to buy designed wedding dresses at a fraction of the cost.

Vanessa Pedersen, Showcase Manager for the tours stop in Huntley, says 80% of the proceeds go back to fund free programs and services to people dealing the disease. They also help fund education, nutrition, and counseling classes, along with summer camps for kids of breast cancer patients.

Vendors are also at the tour to give the brides to be everything they need for their wedding.

Pedersen says it's great to the community rally around for such an important cause.

The tour has made it to every state besides Alaska and Hawaii.

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