On July 17, 2015

Rutland Summer Evening Bridal Show to be held at Killington Grand Hotel

KILLINGTON — The 9th Annual Rutland Summer Evening Bridal Show will be at the Killington Grand Resort Hotel on Thursday evening July 16. Join in the celebration with the best wedding professionals in the area! Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Prizes are at drawn at 9 p.m. and include an overnight stay for two at the Killington Grand Resort Hotel, amongst other gift certificates for wedding accouterment.

Every bride attending the show will receive two free gondola tickets to ride to Killington Peak!Enjoy amazing vistas and the panoramic view of five states, Canada and three mountain ranges.

The summer evening shows are a great time for date-night or a girls’ night out.

Tickets are $6 in advance online, or $7 at the door. Brides get in free with four paid tickets. Tickets and info are available at Rutlandbridalshow.com.

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