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YOU Could Be the Next National American Miss &Be a Part of Our NAM Family!!!

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Want to be a part of National American Miss, but you thought you were too old for all the fun? National American Miss is now accepting applications for girls ages 19-20!!! Do you live in a state that we do not currently hold a state event, but you are between the ages of 4 and 20? This is your chance to represent and serve your state all year long as State Royalty!

National American Miss is the largest pageant in the nation for young women. We are so excited to extend an invitation to you to be a part of our program! At this time, we are not offering a program in your state for your age group. However, we hope you will be a part of our Appointed Representative Program. The girl that is selected as the State Representative will be given the opportunity to compete at the National Pageant, in Hollywood California for the National Title of NATIONAL AMERICAN MISS.
It’s your chance to make memories that last a lifetime!

     Newly Crowned…2011-2012 NAM National Queens
Deadline: Friday, April 20th
For more information you can also call our National Office at 281-496-9000


Here’s How It Works…Once we receive your filled out resume, completed essays, and you have included your registration fee with your photograph, then we will call you to set up a phone interview. When the phone interview has been completed, then your entire entry will be placed in the hands of the selections committee. The selections committee will review the elements of your completed application and score each portion of the competition. Then, the new state queen will be awarded along with the four runner-ups.

The winner will be appointed the title of National American Miss for your state and will attend the National Pageant during Thanksgiving week in Anaheim, California at Disneyland to compete for the National American Miss Queen’s Title. The 4 Runners-Up will be given the opportunity to represent their state as a city queen and to attend the National Pageant to compete for the National All-American Miss Queen’s Title.


Don’t miss out on your chance to be a part of the largest pageant system for young girls and women. You could be driving home from California in your brand new Ford Mustang Convertible. Check out all the details at www.namiss.com/car.

***APPLY NOW ***
Click on your age division to download an Official Application:


MISS
ages 19 & 20
(as of January 1st this year)
PRE-TEEN
ages 10, 11 & 12
(as of January 1st this year)
TEEN
ages 16, 17 & 18
(as of January 1st this year) 
JR. PRE-TEEN
ages 7, 8 & 9
(as of January 1st this year)
JR. TEEN
ages 13, 14 & 15
(as of January 1st this year)
PRINCESS
ages 4, 5 & 6
(as of January 1st this year)
Deadline: Friday, April 20th

For more information you can also call our National Office at
281-496-9000

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