CMR extends complimentary booths at their Plymouth wedding show to vendors recently scammed in Boston

A Bridal Celebration: Cuisine, Couture & More will be held Sunday, March 7th in Plymouth

In light of the recent bridal show scam, Creating Marketing Results (CMR), South Shore’s premier event production company located in Plymouth, sympathizes with the misled brides and vendors.

CMR is extending complimentary booths to scammed vendors at their Bridal Celebration Event at Plimoth Plantation this Sunday, March 7, 2010.   However, space is limited. 

CMR is also honoring any tickets formerly purchased by victimized brides related to this scam.  A bridal cuisine tasting is being offered, reservations necessary by 5 pm on Thursday, March 4, 2010.

A Bridal Celebration: Cuisine, Couture & More is taking place at Plimoth Plantation this Sunday from 12 pm to 4pm. 

In addition, the grand prize is a FREE wedding package awarded to one lucky bride which includes a wedding reception at Plimoth Plantation, gift certificates to David’s Bridal, Sugar Plum Bakery, DJ Services by Ramu & The Crew, Domenic’s Tuxedo, Precious Petals, Rentals Unlimited, South River Promotions and Verona Salon & Spa.

Creating Marketing Results will do their best to accommodate the companies and brides that were duped by this horrible bridal show scam, with hopes to restore the confidence and integrity in the bridal industry—for both vendors and brides alike.

For more information about A Bridal Celebration please see www.CMRconnect.com or contact CMR at 508-224-4044 and ask for Kristen Mendes. 

Courtesy of CMR.

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