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January 19, 2007

Valdosta - Thousands of brides-to-be from around south Georgia and North Florida will all gather in the same room tomorrow, all going after the same merchandise.

More than 50 vendors will be on hand at the fourth annual Bridal Expo in Valdosta to display their goods and merchandise including dresses, cakes and jewelry.

Lezlie's Bridal in Valdosta say it's their biggest annual event.  "We actually see brides that come to Valdosta just for this event and some of them will actually leave here and go directly to our shop which will be fully staffed," says Sheila Palmer, co-owner of the Bridal Shop.

The Expo is tomorrow at the James H Rainwater Conference center in Valdosta and will also features raffles and give-away's.

Tickets are five dollars.