BALTIMORE - Women of all ages and sizes hit the Hyatt Regency in Baltimore's Inner Harbor today to find a wedding dress, and do their part for a good cause.
The eager shoppers tried on dresses and eventually bought some, with the proceeds going towards granting wishes to people with terminal breast cancer.
The day of shopping in Baltimore was just one stop on the "Brides Against Breast Cancer Nationwide Tour of Gowns."
The dresses are offered at each stop between 35 and 75 percent below retail price.
The tour will be in Baltimore through Saturday October 1st, so come out and take a look for a very worthy cause.
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