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Clothing store hand-delivers groom's pants to Costa Rica

Published On: Feb 18 2014 10:28:33 AM CST
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A groom wasn't left pantsless on his wedding day thanks to a 3,500-mile special delivery made by a Minnesota clothing store.
Jason Anderson had a final fitting at Judd Frost Clothiers the night before hopping on a flight to Costa Rica for his destination wedding. The rest of his suit made it into a garment bag, but store owner Judd Frost didn't notice the pants had been left behind in a dressing room until after Anderson was on the plane, according to the Star-Tribune and Minneapolis television station WCCO.
Package services couldn't guarantee a delivery in time for the Monday wedding, so instead, Frost enlisted the help of another courier: his employee and 32-year-old daughter, Jessie Frost.
Jessie Frost, who is also a friend of the bride, endured an 11-hour flight and bumpy road to the resort that was hosting the wedding to hand-deliver Anderson's pants, according to the Star Tribune.
The bride and groom were “absolutely left speechless,” Anderson told WCCO. “It’s above and beyond the call of any small business.”

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