“Las Vegas Marries the Military” Has Been Extended to This Friday, Sept. 30
LAS VEGAS – The “Las Vegas Marries the Military” event, where couples in the military can get married for free or renew their vows at a reduced price, is returning to wedding chapels across Clark County.
The 10th of November marks this year’s event.
The submissions are open to all current, former, and reserve personnel of the United States Armed Forces.
They say that only one member of the wedding party needs to be a member to enter for one of the 20 seats.
Each lucky couple will receive a $250 coupon for a flight on Allegiant Air, in addition to a complimentary wedding or vow renewal package, group reception, and ceremony location.
A press release states that the entry period for a chance to win a free wedding or vow renewal at LVMarriestheMilitary.com has begun. By this coming Friday, September 30th, couples who want to get married in Las Vegas or renew their wedding vows in Sin City have to submit a video of 30 seconds or less explaining why they want to do either.
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