Keeping prom hopes alive: Shop asks girls to share photos of their dresses

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The owners of a boutique dress shop in Monmouth County are doing their part to help kids stay positive during the coronavirus pandemic, as well as keeping their prom hopes alive.

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Diane & Company in Freehold is asking girls who bought their prom dresses at the shop to post videos, or photos of themselves, in their dress that they've already purchased and share how COVID-19 will affect their prom.

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The winner will get a full refund on their dress.

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Diane & Company is a family-run business, and one of the owners says several of their clients are struggling with the possibility of their proms being canceled.

Their business is taking a huge hit, but rather than complain, they're being thankful, and want to give back in some way.

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