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Ashland University Holds Bridal Showcase

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  Original Published: 2/9/2014

Ashland University held a unique event Saturday evening: a Bridal Showcase. Attendees were free to travel to each of the locations that were featured in the showcase, including the university's chapel and event hall.

 

Carrie Gough, catering service manager, was happy to list all the activities the bridal show had planned.

 

"This is as if an actual wedding were taking place," Gough explained. "Throughout the night, we're actually going to be selecting couples to be our honorary bridal party of the night. We also have different people that we're selecting for prizes and giveaways."

 

One might not think that a university campus would be ideal for a wedding, but Ashland U is well-prepared. "We do have all the amenities for a wedding," Gough said. "We have the overnight accommodations, we have catering, we have a couple different reception venues, and we also have a chapel."

 

For more details, visit http://www.ashlandwedding.com.

   
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