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Personalized Attention Sets the Stage For The Affordable Little Bridal Show

March 4, 2012       Leave a Comment
By: Josh Sharrow

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Personalized Attention was the key focus of The Affordable Little Bridal Show held Sunday February 26, 2012 at Arbeitoer Hall.

"I've found that smaller shows like The Affordable Little Bridal Show allow more 1 on 1 time with the bride, and helps to build a relationship." said Debra Belchak, owner of Lazy Days Travel.

"We will book more trips at this smaller show than we would at a big show." Belchak continued.

Event Co-Organizer, Nancy Schaffer said "Our 15 vendors talked to just about 125 brides today, it's a great show for us!" Schaffer Continued, "This is a small event, organized for the small businesses in the Great Lakes Bay Region, to help them out!


Brienna Grombik(L) & Hollie Geitman(R)

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Wedding Daze


With this year being the third annual Affordable Little Bridal Show, brides such as Hollie Geitman make attending the show a top priority. "This is only the second bridal show that I've attended." said Geitman. "I really like the personalized attention, I don't feel rushed at all." Geitman added.

Geitman's big day will take place on April 27, 2013 and will feature a photo booth from The Photo Botique, a vendor on hand at The Affordable Little Bridal Show. Brianna Grombik will serve as Geitman's Maid of Honor. "I'll probably be in the photo booth all day long!" Said Grombik.

Co-Organizer, Frank Hidalgo of Hidalgo Entertainment said "This is the only show that Hidalgo Entertainment takes part of, it's cost effective, which is really important for us." Hidalgo added. "If we do bigger shows, we have to charge the bride more, which we will not do!"

All proceeds from The Affordable Little Bridal Show will be donated to The Johnny Burke Children's Foundation again this year.




Stop by Meats & Moore and try the Radish Soup.
(MyBayCity Photo by Josh Sharrow)

Wade Eckenrod pictured above said "If I can speak with one potential homebuyer, it was worth my time today!"
(MyBayCity Photo by Josh Sharrow)

Left to Right, Mike Moore, Rebecca Hidalgo, Frank Hidalgo all from Hidalgo Entertainment
(MyBayCity Photo by Josh Sharrow)

Models Chris Grosso, Rosalie Grosso & Connie Markle ready for the 2:30 Fashion Show!
(MyBayCity Photo by Josh Sharrow)


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Josh Sharrow

Sharrow is the Sales Manager, columnist, writer, coffee maker for O.J. Advertising and an on-air personality for 98 KCQ.

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