Phoenix, AZ, May 05, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The national resource RainbowWeddingNetwork proudly announces plans to visit Phoenix with its signature ‘Same Love, Same Rights’® LGBT Wedding Expo this July, to help couples find the resources needed to plan their Dream Ceremonies. A diversity of LGBT-friendly exhibitors will participate and approx. 350 are expected to attend. The Renaissance Glendale Hotel and Spa has come forward as the enthusiastic host sponsor for this unique event, which is set for Sunday July 26, 2015. Rainbow Wedding Network has produced over 135 LGBT Wedding Expos in 27 states since 2003; this will be the tour’s first time in Arizona.
A diversity of gay-friendly businesses will participate including reception venues, event coordinators, cake decorators, musical entertainment, florists, photographers, travel planners & more. Couples & advocates from surrounding areas are invited to attend. Other highlights will include: LGBT-specific Planning Tips, Free Samples, Attendee ‘Swag Bags,’ and Raffle Giveaways. The Expo is free for couples to attend. All budgets welcome.
Where & When:
Sunday July 26th, 2015- 12:30-3:30pm @ Renaissance Glendale Hotel and Spa / 9495 W. Coyotes Blvd. / Glendale, AZ 85305 RSVPs are requested: www.SameLoveSameRights.com
"It is truly a victory for our minority that same-gender commitments are now being recognized in Arizona and in so many states across the nation," says RainbowWeddingNetwork co-founder Cindy Sproul. "Regardless of the pending Supreme Court decision, this is an historic time in America, and a time to celebrate, for all citizens to actively & enthusiastically join together and envision the next steps for the LGBT community in the Phoenix area as well as throughout the country. The more cohesive our community becomes, the sooner we’ll achieve lasting equality throughout the nation." Rainbow Wedding Network's ‘Same Love, Same Rights’® Gay & Lesbian Wedding Expo is a timely resource for same-sex couples who were recently engaged, those anticipating a favorable ruling from the Supreme Court, as well as singles, advocates and allies who support equal rights in marriage.