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A Journey Through the United States National Pageant: Our Founder's Inspiring Experience

Today, we're thrilled to share with you an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at our Founder's journey through the prestigious United States National Pageant, USNP. This event isn't just a pageant; it's a celebration of empowerment, community service, and cultural diversity.




Day One: Check-In, Orientation, Rehearsal, Red Carpet, Sisterhood Event Our journey began with the hustle and excitement of check-in and orientation. Here, our Founder met fellow sister queens from across the country, each bringing their unique stories and passions. The rehearsals were a whirlwind of activity, setting the stage for the events to come.


The evening's red carpet event was a dazzling display of elegance, where our Founder shone amongst her peers. But, the highlight of the day was undoubtedly the Sisterhood Event. This event fostered a sense of camaraderie and support among the sister queens, truly embodying the spirit of unity and service.




Queen Barbie Toy Drive In the midst of the pageant's glamour, our Founder participated in the Queen Barbie Toy Drive. This heartwarming event focused on giving back, aligning perfectly with our coalition's mission. This joyous occasion involved donating barbies with an enclosed letter written by the queens to be distributed at the Local Children's Hospital in Memphis, bringing smiles and making a real impact in the community.



Rehearsals and State Costume Reception As the pageant progressed, rehearsals intensified, with each contestant preparing to showcase their best. Our Founder's costume, inspired by the Florida Seminoles, was a breathtaking homage to cultural heritage and artistry. The State Costume Reception was a vibrant celebration of this diversity, with each costume telling a unique story.



Adult Preliminaries and Railgarten The preliminaries were a showcase of talent and poise. Our Founder's performance was nothing short of inspiring, a true testament to her dedication and hard work. The Railgarten event that followed was a much-needed opportunity for relaxation and fun, allowing sister queens to unwind with friends and family, and connect on a personal level.



Adult Finals, Black Tie Affair, and Gratitude to Sponsors The finals were the culmination of the week's events, a night filled with anticipation and excitement. Our Founder stood proudly, representing not just herself, but also the ideals of our coalition. The black-tie affair that followed was a celebration of the journey, the friendships made, and the lives touched throughout the pageant. This journey to the crown would not have been possible without the gracious support of our sponsors both nationally and locally.


National Sponsors: ReVa Nation, Veterans Retreat Center, Kenneth Williams, and United in Service Coalition.

Local Sponsors: Greater Love Church, EMPAC Real Estate Solutions, and all who voted in the People's Choice Award. Thank you for your support





Our Founder's journey through the United States National Pageant was more than just a competition; it was an embodiment of our coalition's values. It showcased the power of service, the beauty of diversity, and the strength of sisterhood. We are incredibly proud of her achievements and are inspired to continue our work with renewed vigor and passion.

Thank you for joining us on this remarkable journey. Until next time, let's stay united in service!



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