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The Brightwater sewage plant is a new option for couples looking to get hitched. (Image courtesy King County)

Sewage plant is new place for couples to get married - help them sell it with a slogan

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Taken from The Dori Monson Show.

If you're getting married soon, why don't you think about having the wedding and or reception at the King County sewage treatment plant?

The Brightwater Wastewater Treatment Plant is a new option for couples looking to get hitched.

They've just started advertising on Facebook that it is available for a wedding venue.

"Need a place to party? With a full catering kitchen, state-of-the-art AV equipment, dance floor, ample parking, beautiful outdoor grounds, and room for up to 260 people, our LEED Platinum certified Brightwater Center has everything you need for your wedding reception or special event," said the post.

The venue offers space for 260 people with rentable patios and lawn areas for outdoor events. A rental can include use of a kitchen, tables, chairs and audio visual equipment. There's also 70-acres of open space with three miles of walking trails.

Fees for an indoor wedding event are $2,000 for eight hours, which includes setup and cleanup. Outdoor weddings can be hosted at the site for $400.

Take a look at the Brightwater rental information packet if you're interested.

One of the selling points is its very unique, because let's face it, who do you know that's gotten married at a sewage treatment plant?

What better way to start your journey together?

We want your ideas to help sell this site as a wedding venue. Submit your slogans in the comment section below.

Here are a few we received via email: "I turd the knot" - Darin in Fall City, "Waste not want not" - Cal in McKenna, "Let us help you flush it down the drain" - Chuck in Oak Harbor, "Aren't most marriages a carp shoot anyway?" - Robert.

Taken from Thursday's edition of The Dori Monson Show.

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