Mount Airy Casino Resort invites couples for mass vow renewal ceremony

January 22, 2024
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The resort is inviting couples to 'Double Down on Love.'

Mount Airy Casino Resort, located in Pennsylvania, has announced its mass vow renewal ceremony for married couples to attend. 

The ceremony will take place on Saturday, February 17 at 3pm in the resort’s event center, with an invite for all married couples to “Double Down on Love.”

Mount Airy Casino Resort is located in the Pocono Mountains and traditionally the Poconos has been viewed as the Honeymoon Capital of the World. 

Stroudsburg Mayor Michael Moreno will lead the couples during the ceremony, free of charge; following the ceremony, couples who have participated will be provided with a complimentary champagne toast and wedding cake, as well as a free photo booth being made available. 

The vow renewal ceremony is free, but advanced registration is required and couples looking to do so will have to sign up by February 14th. 

Mount Airy is also looking for old photos from its early days and the Poconos to put on display. 

Mount Airy's General Manager and COO, Ben Koff, said: "The Poconos have long been known as the Honeymoon Capital of the world and we wanted to remind everyone that we are, indeed, still the land of love. 

"In years past, we've had more than 500 couples renew their vows during this Mount Airy tradition. We're hoping to set a new record this upcoming February 17." 

In other news today, FanDuel recently donated $1m to the United Negro College Fund (UNCF), an organization committed to “building a robust and nationally recognized pipeline of under-represented students.” 


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