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Recycled Bride Unveils Biggest Giveaway Ever: A Free Reem Acra Wedding Dress and make designer wedding dress dreams come true.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, March 16, 2010 –, the wedding resale marketplace that’s revolutionizing how brides shop online, today announced their biggest giveaway yet: A brand-new designer Reem Acra couture wedding dress, valued at nearly $5,000.

Recycled Bride has teamed up with, an online bridal retailer of authentic discounted designer wedding dresses, to offer this once-in-a-lifetime giveaway exclusively to members. Entrants simply leave a comment on the giveaway homepage sharing why they’d like to wear the dress. The comments will be reviewed on April 2nd by a panel of wedding experts, who will select the 10 most inspiring entries, then pick a winner at random from the Top 10.

Reem Acra is one of the world’s most famous bridal and eveningwear designers. Her gowns are known for their luxurious fabrics, fine detailing, and intricate beadwork. Acra has created dresses for Angelina Jolie, Hallie Berry, and Marcia Cross. And now one lucky Recycled Bride member will get to walk down the aisle in luxurious celebrity style, in her very own original Reem Acra couture creation.

“Recycled Bride and Your Dream Dress share a common mission — we love making brides happy by helping them create the wedding of their dreams without breaking the bank,” says Tracy DiNunzio, Founder and CEO of Recycled Bride. “This giveaway is an opportunity for us to show our members how much we appreciate them, to help alleviate the financial pressures of wedding planning, and to give a bride the gift of feeling like a queen on her big day.”

About Recycled Bride: is a free resale marketplace for eco-savvy brides and their friends. Members buy and sell everything from designer wedding gowns to reception decorations, bridesmaids dresses, shoes, and even wedding gifts. Reselling new and gently used wedding items on Recycled Bride lets users minimize their consumer waste and maximize their budgets.
Recycled Bride is free and easy to use for both buyers and sellers, with twelve different categories of wedding-related items to choose from. Buyers enjoy huge discounts on luxury and designer wedding goods. Sellers earn money while cleaning out their closets, and can sign up to create ads for their items in just moments. Buyers and sellers are connected via Recycled Bride’s secure e-mailing system.
Recycled Bride is owned by Recycled Media, Inc., a corporation dedicated to online eco-resale. Recycled Media was founded in 2009 by Tracy DiNunzio in Santa Monica, California. An Earth-conscious business, Recycled Media actively promotes “recycling through resale”, and donates a portion of its advertising revenue to Global Green USA.

About Your Dream Dress: offers the best online selection of couture wedding dresses by designers like Vera Wang, Monique Lhuillier, and Reem Acra, at 40% to 90% off retail prices. All of Your Dream Dress’s designer gowns are in pristine condition, and have never been worn to a wedding or event.

Founder Kimberly Hoffman has over fourteen years of experience as a bridal buyer, boutique manager, and business owner. Her unparalleled bridalwear expertise and extensive connections in the industry allow her to source the very best authentic designer wedding dresses, and offer them to her clients at fantastic prices.

Your Dream Dress also sells high-quality veils, wedding accessories, and bridal jewelry. Based in Enola, Pennsylvania, serves bridal clients worldwide.

The Reem Acra brand and all related marks, images and symbols are the exclusive property and trademarks of Reem Acra, Inc. All other company and product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

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