'Prom-O-Rama' giving away prom dresses this weekend - Tucson News Now

'Prom-O-Rama' giving away prom dresses this weekend

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

This weekend, students will get a chance to save money on one of the most memorable nights in high school.

JTED, along with Cinderella's Closet and Goodwill of Southern Arizona, will be giving away free prom dresses for high school girls. 

The event runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 4 at JTED at Camino Seco, located at 8727 E. 22nd St.

Girls will not only get to pick out prom dresses, but will also get to choose jewelry and other accessories.

They'll also get to chance to win door prizes, which in the past has included a limousine ride for prom night, hair up-dos, manicures and pedicures and much more. 

If you have a prom dress you would like to donate, please contact Melissa Tureaud at (520) 270-7833 or visit CinderellasClosetTucson.com.

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