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Owners of bridal shop on TLC reality show visit Chambersburg shop

July 11, 2008|By TIFFANY ARNOLD

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What: Reception with Mara Urshel and Ronald Rothstein, owners of Kleinfeld Manhattan

Where: J&B Bridals and Tuxedos, 136 S. Main St., Chambersburg, Pa.

When: Saturday, July 12, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Cost: Free

For information: Call J&B Bridals and Tuxedoes, 717-263-0138

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- The owners the New York City bridal shop featured on the TLC reality show "Say Yes to the Dress" were at J&B Bridals and Tuxedos in Chambersburg on Friday.

Mara Urshel and Ronald Rothstein, owners of Kleinfeld Manhattan, were promoting Kleinfeld's latest line of high-end bridal gowns, Alita Graham. Brides-to-be mingled with the owners and got advice from fashion director Randy Fenoli.

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Rothstein, Urshel and Fenoli will be at J&B from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.

Kleinfeld bridal salon is where TLC films its reality show "Say Yes to the Dress," about how hard it can be to find the right gown. The second season premiers Tuesday, July 15, at 8 p.m.

J&B owner Jim Resh said he was connected to Kleinfeld through a dress designer. Rothstein met with Resh and his staff in New York.

"We've become good friends," Rothstein said.

Rothstein said this was the first collection the New York City bridal salon has brought outside of its store.

"We had been looking to go outside of New York for years with the Kleinfeld brand," Rothstein said. "We searched the country and we found J&B Bridals in Chambersburg."

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