HONORED GUEST FAQ'S

What is available for Honored Guests?

A tuxedo or prom dress with accessories to match , a student who serves as their host for the event , hair styling and make-up by professional cosmetologists , a corsage or boutonniere a ride in a limousine, a walk down the red carpet (complete with paparazzi and cheering fans!) , a night of dinner, dancing and activities ,a gift bag , a prom photo and  special memories that will last a lifetime.


Is there a cost for the event? 

No. Because of the generosity of many businesses, groups and individuals, the prom is FREE OF CHARGE to our honored guests. 


How will Honored Guests get a dress or tux? 

We want our guests to feel like the super stars that they are! We will be holding a FREE dress shop on 3/16 and 3/17 for the ladies where each female honored guest will be able to come and shop for her dress, after selecting a dress we will take care of having it altered to fit her perfectly and dry cleaned prior to the event. We will also be holding a tux fitting party for the guys on 4/1/17. (RSVP for both the dress shop and tux party upon registration.)


Should honored guests arrive in their dress/tux on the night of the event?

Yes, please come already dressed for the occasion. We will take care of hair and make-up.


Are shoes provided? 

No. For safety and sanitary purposes, we request that you wear your own shoes. If this inhibits you from being able to attend, please contact us. 


Do I need to find a date? 

No dates please. This is a fun-filled night where each Honored Guest will be partnered with a student who will act as their Host for the night. We will partner everyone onsite as you check-in. Our Student Hosts look forward to being a friend to our Honored Guests and treating them like a star for the night!


Can parents, families and/or para professionals attend ANTR? 

We welcome family, friends, and para-professionals to be a part of the evening by joining our “paparazzi” to cheer on our guests as they make their way down the red carpet. We do, however, want to allow the students to engage with their peers during the prom. Family members are welcome to observe from our Family Experience Area (includes food, beverages, activities and the best seat in the house to watch the prom) but we ask that we leave the event for the Honored Guests and Student Hosts. If a guest requires constant monitoring, exceptions will be made. We want the experience to be fun and safe for everyone. 


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