Prom Dresses Indianapolis IN

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Celery Street
(317) 733-0616
PO Box 836
Zionsville, IN

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Finish Line #907
(317) 899-1022
3308 N Mitthoeffer Rd
Indianapolis, IN
 
Finish Line #901
(317) 899-1022
3308 N Mitthoeffer Rd
Indianapolis, IN
 
Express
(317) 767-1647
49 W. Maryland St.
Indianapolis, IN
 
T.J.Maxx
(317) 972-0273
Indianapolis, IN
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Sun: 12p - 6pMon-Sat: 10a - 9p

Felt Sew Good
(317) 272-4604
611 Hamlet Drive
Avon, IN

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Gap
(317) 631-0100
49 West Maryland Street
Indianapolis, IN
 
The Limited
(317) 636-0812
49 W. Maryland St. Space F10A
Indianapolis, IN
 
Lane Byrant
(317) 756-7503
49 W Maryland St
Indianapolis, IN
 
Banana Republic
(317) 631-0400
49 West Maryland St.
Indianapolis, IN
 
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When 18-year-old Marisa West thinks back to her high school prom, her memories include "wearing rhinestone-studded high heels, a beautiful dress, and jewelry that sparkled in the dark." She remembers feeling like a young woman that night, as compared with "the girl who started high school as a freshman."

Two years ago, Marisa made national headlines because of her successful effort to help hundreds of girls in the New Orleans area enjoy the same feeling at their own proms–even though for most of them, buying dresses had become impossible in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

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She wanted to help the girls forget about the hurricane and the flood and just be normal high school students for one night, and "lose themselves in the magic of dressing up."

Marisa initially organized friends and family to solicit 100 donated prom dresses to send to girls at one high school. Her efforts, however, turned into a national cause that drew donations from around the country. Eventually, 2,800 dresses filled her parents' Beltsville, Maryland, home.

"There was not one surface that was free," recalled Leathia West, Marisa's mother, who helped her daughter organize the program.

When all of the dresses had been collected, Bill Everett, warehouse manager of E.U. Services, a commercial printing and mailing company in Rockville, Maryland, volunteered to make the 20-hour drive to take the dresses to New Orleans. His employer paid for the trip.

Everett said that when the girls ...

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