The USO’s Operation That’s My Dress was a huge success with over 500 attendees and 300 participating military daughters ages 13-19, coming from all over the Northwest to our first event of this kind on JBLM.
Everyone who attended was treated to a fashion show with 30 current and past Miss USA Title Holders, from Mississippi to Idaho and to our very own Miss Washington and Oregon. In addition, the talented USO Show Troupe blew the doors off the place with their performance. We even had a couple Army Rangers strut their stuff showing support for the event.
After the Fashion show, the girls were led to a room with hundreds of beautiful gowns and dresses all donated by our fabulous partner Sherri Hill. The Miss USA team helped each girl pick out a dress to their liking to take home with them.
But wait, there’s more! We had a dozen beauty stations set up by Mary Kay, giving each girl a makeup tutorial and personal make over. While checking out they were given swag bags of beauty product to take with them after being shown to use properly utilize it.
Over all it was an incredible event; tears, hugs, and friendships made between the military daughters and the Miss USA girls. The USO Northwest is proud to continue to serve our military families and be the #ForceBehindTheForces.
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