Contestants from The Bachelor and The Bachelorette take clothes off their backs for Charity!

The original Bachelorette Trista Sutter, The Bachelor’s Molly Mesnick and
eDrop-Off’s Corri McFadden auction off items for charity 

Trista Sutter (The Bachelorette) and Molly Mesnick (The Bachelor) are leading the pack of over 25 past contestants from the infamous shows to donate items worn during rose ceremonies, first dates and reunions. They have teamed up with luxury consignment service, eDrop-Off, to auction off the items beginning August 5th and ending on August 12th with 100% of the proceeds being donated to the Red Cross. They will also help host a “finale” event with eDrop-Off founder, Corri McFadden on August 11th in Chicago. 

{Bid on one of Trista's dress now, bids start at $24.99!}
The various items include Trista Sutter’s rose ceremony dress (with Ryan), Molly Mesnick’s first rose ceremony dress (meeting Jason), Emily Maynard’s ceremony dress, Sarah Brice’s last rose ceremony dress (proposal to Charlie) and Ed Swiderski infamous green shorts. 

{Previously loved by Molly}
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Other participants include Ryan Sutter, Michelle Money, Nikki Kaapke, Graham Bunn, Jeremy Anderson, Jenn Waterman (Schefft), Shannon Oliver Robinson, Jason Mesnick, Peyton Wright, Chris Lamdton and Shawntel Newton, among others. 

About eDrop-Off
eDrop-Off is a Chicago based company that provides luxury consignment services to style savvy men and women. Specializing in reselling authentic designer clothing, handbags, shoes, jewelry, and accessories since 2004, eDrop Off has recycled nearly 200,000 lbs. of clothing for over 1,500 consignors across the country.  Through an extensive knowledge of the luxury marketplace and impeccable customer service, eDrop-Off has earned a reputable power seller status on online, with over 150,000 successful transactions.   

We are so happy to spread the word and help Trista & Molly get the word out! 
So head over now to get your shop on! 

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