It's important for everyone to go vote because it's such a special privilege we have as Americans.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 02, 2012
Longstanding bastion of the Dallas Fashion community Terry Costa is doing their part to encourage their customers- mostly women- to get out and vote in local, state and national elections this year. Terry Costa is offering 50% off sale merchandise to customers proudly displaying the "I Voted" sticker commonly given out at polling locations.
The effort to get out the vote is another example of Terry Costa's history of service to the surrounding community. Currently, the company sponsors National Charity League fashion shows, the Dallas Margarita Society/ Dallas Children's charities and the Dallas Symphony League as well as other worthy causes. This commitment to community service began when Terry Costa first opened its doors 26 years ago, and continues to this day. Terry Costa is doing its part to encourage political discourse and civic participation.
"It's important for everyone to go vote because it's such a special privilege we have as Americans," says CEO Tina Loyd. "We cherish this right and especially want to remind women of the hard fight it took to win the right to vote so long ago."
Located in Dallas at the southwest corner of Preston and 635, Terry Costa has been dressing the women of Dallas-Fort Worth for 26 years. Open 7 days a week, Terry Costa carries everything from Quincenera dresses to pageant gowns, bridal to prom- and of course the perfect Inaugural Ball gown!