September 16, 2014
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Drive-thru weddings and quickie marriages may be a Nevada tradition. But Las Vegas two businessmen think they have something new for loving couples on a budget.
For $99, Wedding Wagon founders Andy Gonzalez and James Cass can deliver the works anywhere around town. The price even includes wedding photos. A T-shirt? That's $20 extra.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that Gonzalez used to work for Zappos. Cass managed a call center. Now, they're ordained ministers with a lavender Ford Transit Connect van.
The rear doors swing open to reveal windows with drapery and a counter bedecked with fake flowers and ivy.
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