Sunday morning, the family-owned store offered girls a chance to pick out a prom dress for free.
The only requirements were that the girls loved the dress and it fit well.
Shoppers said they appreciated the store’s sacrifice to help every girl have a special prom night.
“I think it’s really cool. I’m glad I didn’t have to pay hundreds of dollars, you know? Especially because some people don’t have that kind of money to spend on a prom dress, but everyone deserves to look beautiful on that night,” said Darby Gillis and Ivy Hunter who were shopping for dresses.