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Rossen Reports: Venue closes, leaves brides in cold

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Planning a wedding is stressful enough, but what happens when vendors take your money and don’t deliver? NBC’s Jeff Rossen reports on more than 50 couples who paid to get married at a beautiful Las Vegas mansion, only to have the company suddenly shut down, in some cases days before the wedding.