LI tuxedo shops fit prom-goers

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Tuxedo rentals boom around prom season, and this week is the biggest week of the year for the formalwear business, when students line the lobbies of tux shops to be measured and fitted. A number of tux businesses say that without June sales from prom, their businesses wouldn't survive.

Nick Sciarratta, 17, of New Hyde Park, gets
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Nick Sciarratta, 17, of New Hyde Park, gets fitted for his graduation tux by Mike Hanlon, owner of Ray's Tuxedos, in Franklin Square. (June 19, 2012)

Sales associate Sarah Wolff helps John Paul Incantalupo,
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Sales associate Sarah Wolff helps John Paul Incantalupo, of Floral Park, get fitted in his prom tux while Nick Riveros, 19, of Franklin Square, gets help from Joann Hanlon, co-owner of Ray's Tuxedos, in Franklin Square. (June 19, 2012)

Dan Johnson (right), 18, of Garden City, gets
(Credit: Jessica Rotkiewicz)

Dan Johnson (right), 18, of Garden City, gets fitted for his prom tux by Mike Hanlon, owner of Ray's Tuxedos, in Franklin Square. (June 19, 2012)

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Dan Johnson (left), 18, of Garden City, gets
(Credit: Jessica Rotkiewicz)

Dan Johnson (left), 18, of Garden City, gets fitted for his prom tux by Mike Hanlon, owner of Ray's Tuxedos, in Franklin Square. (June 19, 2012)

Sales associate Sarah Wolff helps Jahan Mirchandani, 18,
(Credit: Jessica Rotkiewicz)

Sales associate Sarah Wolff helps Jahan Mirchandani, 18, of Floral Park, get fitted for his prom tux at Ray's Tuxedos, in Franklin Square. (June 19, 2012)

Sales associate Sarah Wolff helps Pierre Presume, Jr.,
(Credit: Jessica Rotkiewicz)

Sales associate Sarah Wolff helps Pierre Presume, Jr., 17, of Elmont, get a proper fit for his prom tux at Ray's Tuxedos in Franklin Square. (June 19, 2012)

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