NAPERVILLE, Ill. — The owner of a bridal store in Naperville, Illinois is giving a few lucky frontline workers a huge surprise to help with their big days.
Sue Cerulli, who owns Bri’Zan Couture, is giving back to those who have already given so much in the past difficult year.
Cerulli is gifting 26 gowns — free of charge — to frontline and essential workers all through March. It’s the way she’s celebrating her store’s 13th year in business.
“They took care of us through the pandemic and I wanted to take care of them,” Cerulli said.
Bri’Zan was closed for four months last year. Still, Cerulli wanted to give back.
“I’m grateful I can contribute,” she said. “I’m grateful we are still open, being a small business.”
There are 150 pre-selected, brand new gowns, ranging in price from $1,500 to $3,500. The brides are selected in a lottery.
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