|By PR Newswire||
|December 10, 2012 06:31 PM EST||
DALLAS, Dec. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- With the average Dallas wedding hovering near $45,000, brides-to-be are looking for ways to save money on their big day.
Dallas brides shopping for a deal on wedding vendors are in luck. TheVeilDallas.com, a Groupon-inspired website for brides, is launching in January. Founder Kelly Curtis says, "The goal at The Veil Dallas is to make the dream wedding more accessible to brides on a budget. Every girl should be able to have her dream wedding, and it's our hope that The Veil can help make that happen."
TheVeilDallas.com went live last week, and will be an online sales destination for Dallas Brides-to-Be. Currently, the site is hosting a pre-launch initiative. Members can join the site, and enter a chance to win a $100 credit once the site goes live, by sharing TheVeilDallas.com with friends via email, Facebook and Twitter.
TheVeilDallas.com will feature daily Dallas-area wedding flash sales at up to 70% off retail. New sales will launch weekly, and will last for 72 hours. Upcoming sales will be announced exclusively to members through TheVeilDallas.com website as well via e-newsletter. TheVeilDallas.com membership will be free of charge.
TheVeilDallas.com will offer daily Dallas wedding vendor sales of up to 70% off retail. Membership is free. Members will receive exclusive access to daily sales featuring Dallas' leading wedding vendors, salons, boutiques and more. Sales will begin early 2013.
PRLog ID: www.prlog.org/12040276
- "All It Took Was One E-Mail to Larry," Says Former eBay Research Director As He Moves to Google
- Google Ramps Up Its Mobile Reach: Launches "Mobile Web Search"
- VoIP Update: Yahoo! Buys DialPad
- Ericsson + Napster = World's First "Wireless Digital Music" Brand
- Free Guest Passes for the SOA World Conference & Expo in NYC
- SYS-CON i-Technology Podcast August 30, 2005
- A Flair for Food - Health-Conscious Cooking Is This Chef's Cup Of Tea
- Sony PSP May Feature Porn
- Kapow Helps Seiko UK, Provides SMS Text-Alert Services
- South Korea is World's Largest Phisher
- Will the Mac OS Now Be Offered by Dell?
- UK Targeted for Trojan Attacks