Georgia’s First Full-Televised Beauty Pageant Comes to Atlanta!
GEORGIA’S FIRST FULL-TELEVISED BEAUTY PAGEANT COMES TO ATLANTA
RED HOT PAGEANT DISCOUNT ON ENTRY FEES ONLY FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER
(ATLANTA, GA, October 3, 2016) If beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder, the Miss Georgia Prelims Pageant is making history by being the first in the state to be televised in its entirety, bringing contestants before thousands of viewers.
“In the world of pageants, what’s good is a contest without exposure?” asked Miss Georgia Prelims founder and producer Latosha Lee, herself a pageant veteran. “By marrying media, including an aggressive social media campaign, we want to ensure our contestants are given every opportunity to excel,” Lee said.
And Lee has made it her mission to bring her tagline, “Excellence Crowns the Way,’ to life, and has used her influence and expertise to bring Hollywood and some of Atlanta’s elite calling. Judges for the pageant include: NFL Greenbay Packer Hall-a Famer Nick Collins, Director of Miss Latina Georgia and Teen Georgia, Erika Mitchell, Director of Miss Georgia US, Amy Brady, Celebrity Fitness Guru, Laeann Amos Reed, CEO Southern Barter Club Laurie Sossa, WETV Television Personality and Celebrity Realtor Alana Banks, CEO a lady name pearl, Linda
Slated for January 20-22, 2017, at the Clayton County Performing Arts Center, the Miss Georgia Prelims includes the following categories:
Toddler Miss Georgia Prelims (ages 3 months – 24 months) (photogenic competition) $ 200 SALE $139.99 ENTRY FEE SALE OCTOBER ONLY
Little Miss Georgia Prelims – Kids (ages 3-6) $ 200 SALE $139.99 ENTRY FEE SALE OCTOBER ONLY
Little Miss Georgia Prelims (ages 7-10) $ 200 SALE $139.99 ENTRY FEE SALE OCTOBER ONLY
Miss Pre-Teen Georgia Prelims (ages 11-13) $ 200 SALE $139.99 ENTRY FEE SALE OCTOBER ONLY
Miss Teen Georgia Prelims (ages 14-17) $300 SALE $239.99 ENTRY FEE SALE OCTOBER ONLY
Miss Georgia Prelims (ages 18-25) $300 SALE $239.99 ENTRY FEE SALE OCTOBER ONLY
With the January 1,2017, application deadline looming, contestants are encouraged to apply to secure their place in the history-making Miss Georgia Prelims, the first to be televised on Comcast Channel 29.
In addition to a lucrative prize package, pageant organizers will sponsor the winners of the Miss Teen Georgia Prelims and Miss Georgia Prelims as they go on to compete in the Miss Georgia Pageant. Details on applying, sponsoring and advertising are available at www.prelimgapageants.com. For media inquiries, please call Julie Mansfield at (305) 299-586 or email email@example.com.
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