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Non-profit that sells wedding dresses to benefit sex-trafficking victims celebrates first anniversary

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Non-profit that sells wedding dresses to benefit sex-trafficking victims celebrates first anniversary

By Rikki Mitchell. CREATED Aug 9, 2014

TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - If you're a bride and in need of that perfect dress, a local non-profit sells used wedding dresses to combat sex-trafficking. 

Free Ever After is celebrating its first anniversary with a big sale! KGUN9 On Your Side first brought you the story of Free Ever After a few months after it started last year when they received their first donated dress.

Now, Founder Cynthia Magallanes says they have more than 700 dresses and they are running out of space at their new storefront! Dresses start at $99 and each one comes with the name of a woman who survived the sex-trafficking industry.

"We have gorgeous dresses and giving a dress a second opportunity would give a girl a second opportunity for a better life," she said.

The store is located on the northwest corner of Grant Road and Country Club, and they have walk in hours every Saturday from 10 until 3.

You can also call  520-325-9579 and schedule an appointment Tuesday through Friday.

For more information, visit their website.

Rikki Mitchell

Rikki Mitchell

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Rikki Mitchell is a proud University of Arizona grad and joined the KGUN9 team after graduation. Rikki reports as a video journalist for the evening and weekend newscasts.