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South Philly Couple have Seven Days to Plan Their Wedding with the Works Provided by My106.1 FM and Weddingwire.com

The Countdown Begins Friday for Winners of My106.1’s “ in a Week” October, 1, 2008 ““ , : Imagine all the planning and preparation that go into a wedding. Now picture this: you have one week and about $20,000.00 dollars worth of resources to pull it all together. A South Philly couple has this delicious dilemma as winners of the “Wedding in a Week” Contest sponsored by My106.1 and Weddingwire.com. Lisa Wasylenko and Victor Bernardes will begin to plan their wedding this Friday morning, October 3, 2008 – live on My 106.1 FM in the 7:00 AM hour. They will tie the knot on Friday, October 10, 2008 at the Hyatt Regency Penns Land ing. This them with only seven days to choose the wedding dress, formal wear, reception menu, photographer, cake, flowers and even the honeymoon. Lisa Wasylenko and Victor Bernardes will begin to plan their wedding this Friday morning, October 3, live on My 106.1 FM radio in the 7:00 hour. They will tie the knot on Friday, October 10, 2008 at the Hyatt Regency Philadelphia at Penn’s Land ing. That leaves them only seven days with Mark Kingsdorf from Queen of Heart Wedding Consultants to choose the wedding dress, formal wear, reception menu, photographer, cake, flowers and even the honeymoon. How does the couple feel about winning and having a week to pull it all together? Lisa said, “We’re thrilled! Mark has pulled together some of the very best wedding professionals. They’ll have to help us make some very quick decisions!” The grand prize of an all-inclusive wedding valued at over $20,000 was awarded through an on-line voting contest at www.my1061.com.

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