We first would like to thank all of those who are dedicated customers, liked us on Facebook, and participated in this and past contests. We hope that through Facebook our new fans can get to know our company better and learn more about the products that we have to offer. As the Midwest’s largest Bridal, Prom, and Pageant store, we have thousands of dresses for different types of women of all ages and would like to invite you to shop in store, at one of our two locations, or online.

Speaking of online shopping, we also want to update our fans and customers about our new website that will be launching soon! At this time our customers are able to shop online or over the phone but we realize that it’s not that fun to do right now! With the help of Blue Stingray, a digital ad agency, we have come up with an entirely new website that you will be able to shop from on you computer and/or mobile device. Keep an eye out for our announcement of the Brand New www.BridalElegance.us.com!

And now the whole reason your reading this…the Winners of the 25,000 Contest! Thanks you to and many others Bridal Elegance reached our goal of over 25,000 likes AND over 400 people participated. Out of these 400 entries, 25 names and emails were randomly picked with the use of a Random Sequence Generator from www.random.org.

And the Winners are…

Rose Pereyra Narissa Price Catherine Nelson Alexis Hauser Danielle Howard Amelia Muno Charlee Hodson Torrie Devonshire Stefanie Le Amanda Stewart Rachel Higgins Carole Eich Antonia Aguilar Victoria Corwin aleena spina Stephanie Hamby Shayla Berry Mary Rutherford Shaunta Johnson valentina ramirez Ciera Still Michelle LaDew Nicole Burkett Alyssa Sherrill Roxana Manzo-Madrigal Congratulations to our Winners! If your name is listed about please check your emails for further instructions on claiming your prize. for rules and regulations visit: http://bridalelegance815.wordpress.com/contact/ Correction to Winners List: Due to some of our winners not replying by our deadline, 9 new winners were chosen to replace those who did not