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Meet The 2011-2012 National All-American Miss Teen Kasey Knowles

Tiffany:How did you get involved in National American Miss?
Kasey:I started with NAM about 7 years ago when a friend of mine had received a recommendation letter in the mail and told me I should try it out. I’ve been hooked ever since.
Tiffany:How did you prepare for the National Pageant?
Kasey: I started preparing right after my state pageant. I went and looked tirelessly for my perfect dress. I then prepared my personal introduction, by memorizing and perfecting it every day. I didn’t have much free time, due to the fact that I was either at school or practice, but I miraculously pulled it off, all while stressing my mother out.

Tiffany:What is the best advice you have ever received?
Kasey: Go big or go home!!! If you’re not going to do it 110% then don’t do it at all!

Tiffany:What quote, motto or scripture best describes you?
Kasey:“Life is not measured by the number of breaths you take, but the number of moments that take your breath away.”
Tiffany:What are your plans for the future…

Meet The 2011-2012 National American Miss Teen Jena Diller

Tiffany: How did you get involved in National American Miss?              Jena:   I got involved with National American Miss when I was 9 years old.My sister actually got involved two years before I did because she received a letter in the mail.At first, my parents were skeptical to let her compete; however, they decided to let her try it out just for one year.Much to our surprise, however, we all fell in love with NAM from the moment we arrived at the hotel and have been hooked ever since. Tiffany:How did you prepare for the National Pageant?                 Jena:While preparing for Nationals, obviously there was A LOT of practice involved.This was my third time out at Nationals as a state queen so I sort of knew what to expect, however, that didn’t stop me from practicing my heart out.I practiced my introduction to and from school while also making sure I did not “over-rehearse” so I still sounded as natural and sincere as possible.Lastly, and most importantly, I made sure I could visi…