Will Miss Colorado Teen USA hail from Eagle County?
Vail, CO, Colorado
The Miss Colorado USA and Miss Colorado Teen USA competitions, slated for Oct. 27 and 28 in Loveland were announced recently by executive state co-director Denise Wallace of Future Productions, state pageant producers for The Miss Universe Organization.
One of the contestants in this year’s competition is longtime valley local, Jessica Horst, a 2006 Eagle Valley High School graduate. When asked what led her to enter this contest Horst said, “It seemed like a really great opportunity to try something new and different that I’d never done before.”
Jessica is sponsored in this event by 1st Bank, Precision Trim Unlimited, Kathy LeVesque and Barb LaGuardia.
“We are overwhelmed by the response and caliber of all the participants from Colorado,” Wallace said. “There is no better opportunity for ambitious young women out there today. The Miss Colorado USA and Miss Colorado Teen USA competitions offer area women a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to advance their personal and professional goals.”
The competition, which will be held at the Roberta Price Auditorium in Loveland, consists of three proportional segments: evening gown, fitness/swimwear and personality interview. Eligible young women must be between the ages of 15 and 26 and be unmarried residents of Colorado.
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This year’s state titleholders will each receive thousands of dollars in prizes and awards. The new Miss Colorado USA and and Miss Colorado Teen USA will also have the opportunity to compete for the national titles of Miss USA and Miss Teen USA. This year’s new Miss Colorado USA will compete for the national title live on NBC network television. In addition, Miss USA goes on to represent the United States in the Miss Universe competition, which is televised around the world.
Area women who are interested in participating in next year’s pageant should contact Future Productions at (952) 440-4550 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit http://www.misscoloradousa.com.