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ReProm Dress Swap

Over 1,000 dresses are available. All are contemporary and are new (with tags) or like new. Anyone wishing to shop at ReProm should go online or call to make an appointment. No walk-ins will be allowed. Participants are asked to bring a clean, ready-to-wear evening dress to exchange for a new or slightly used dress. Dresses must match current formal fashion trends to qualify for an exchange. Long evening dresses can be exchanged for any dress. Short dresses can only be exchanged for another short dress. Not all dresses may be accepted for exchange. Dresses with rips, tears, stains or broken zippers and clasps will not be accepted. Participants should be prepared to make a donation in case their dress is not accepted. Those who do not have dresses to trade are asked to donate cash or check instead. The formal clothing exchange is not a needs-based program. It is open to everyone and is based on the principle that buying something to wear once is extremely unnecessary. The program saves money and reduces waste by reusing items that would otherwise only be used once. ReProm is open to everyone and not exclusively for residents of Dearborn County. Appointments can be scheduled by going online to www.dearborncountyrecycles.com/reprom or by calling 812-926-9963.


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