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The Rocky Mountain Bridal Show’s January Event Features Nationally Known Wedding Planner Susan Sutherland


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Event: The Rocky Mountain Bridal Show
Date & Time: Sunday, January 10, 2010
11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Place: The Colorado Convention Center / Korbel Ballroom

DENVER, CO -- The Rocky Mountain Bridal Show, set for Sunday, January 10, will feature nationally-known wedding planner Susan Southerland as its special guest. The Show produces three events a year, and chooses the first weekend after New Year’s because more engagements take place over the holidays than during any other time of year. Show hours are 11 AM to 4 PM.

“Our goal has always been to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to our shows,” says Shirley Coburn, the producer of the Rocky Mountain Bridal Show (RMBS). “Whatever the hottest new trends are, we show them first in Colorado. We like to feature authors and speakers that can help our attendees with every aspect of their weddings.”

The RMBS, produced by Shirley Coburn since 1991, includes over 120 booths featuring the top bridal businesses in the area, as well as businesses who cater to the creation of new households. The RMBS is the largest bridal event in Colorado with featuring three shows a year in the state’s premier venue, and is the industry-leader for the region. New trends can be spotted first at these shows.

“Our vendors are the best the area has to offer, and they can cater to the most traditional or the most innovative and creative events people want to do,” says Coburn.

Sponsors of the event include Wedding Wire and Brides/Colorado. Tickets for the RMBS are $7.00 in advance on, and $9.00 at the door. Additional show details are available on the web site, and information on Susan Southerland and her company Just Marry Inc is at



Shirley Coburn is regarded as one of the top consumer show producers in Colorado, with award-winning experience in categories such as Depression Glass Antique Shows and the Colorado Garden and Home Show (the state’s largest consumer trade show to this day).

Coburn managed the Rocky Mountain Bridal Show from 1991-1997, and bought the show 1998 (the show was launched in 1989, making RMBS the longest-running bridal show in Colorado). Under her direction, the show has won numerous awards and grown from one annual show per year to three shows per year.


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