What are the benefits of entering National American Miss?
Is previous pageant experience required?
Is National American Miss a "beauty-pageant?"
Do I have to be "beautiful," thin, or perfect in some other way?
No. National American Miss pageants, while glamorous events, are not at all like typical "beauty" pageants. In fact, as you see above, the majority of the scoring in our pageant is based on communication. Good communication and presentation skills are what we want to recognize and encourage. Braces, glasses, skin problems, varying heights, and many other conditions are all just part of being young. The judges are giving you scores based on where you are in life, just the way you are. What you need to concentrate on is doing your best and remembering to be positive. SMILE and do the best with what you have! If you can develop and apply this attitude now, it will benefit you your whole life!
Do I have to get "coaching" or other formal training?
What color does my formal dress have to be?
Are the personal interviews one-on-one?
Is there a swimsuit competition?
Will I be judged on Community Service?
Do I have to raise my sponsor fee, or can we just pay it?
I would like to be in the pageant but how do I get sponsors?
What is a Sponsor Fee?
What if I miss my sponsor fee deadline?
Do I have to sell advertising to enter?
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