Registration Opens at Noon, September 20th
Saturday October 7th
- Doors opens at 3:45 pm
- Fashion Show at 4 pm.
- 400 SLOTS AVAILABLE
- Doors open at 6:45pm
- Fashion Show at 7 pm
- 400 SLOTS AVAILABLE
Operation That’s My Dress is an event that military teenage daughters will never forget! We’ll have dozens of Miss USA crown holders model the latest looks from dress designer Sherri Hill, then they’ll help our military teens find the perfect dress for homecoming/prom/ball.
After they select their gown, the girls will receive hair products and jewelry. We’ll have stylists on hand for all your hair and make-up questions. All for FREE!
There will even bee a special performance by the USO Show Troupe!
This is open to daughters (ages 13-20) of Active Duty, Guard, Reserve, and NOW RETIRED. A valid military ID must be presented at check in. Each teen may bring one or two guests but they must register online as well. Please note that the teen must indicate the size of dress she will expect to bring home, so we can control inventory. Also note that the largest size we have is a size 18.
If you have any questions about registration or the event, please email OTMD@USO.org
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