As I write this entry, today is the official last day to enter the Ashland, KY Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Qualifying preliminary, August 25, 2012 at the Best Western River Cities located in Ashland, Kentucky. We are very fortunate to have some of the best , brightest young ladies competing from the states of Kentucky and Ohio.
If you are thinking about competing with us in the future, the pageant is open to the public and you can attend and see what Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Pageants is all about. Contestants will compete in interview, formal and casual wear. In addition, six overall specialty awards and overall optional winners. The pageant will conclude with our division winners and Overall Supreme. Winners will advance to the 2013 Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Pageant in Frankfort, KY April 26-28, 2013.
Stay tuned to meet our Ashland , KY Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Royalty! Someone will walk away with the crown, will you? We hope to see you there.
Can’t attend? Mark Your Calendars for the November 11 Frankfort, KY Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Pageant!
Deadline for the Ashland, KY Preliminary August 18, 2012–Act now!
Make plans now to compete in a wonderful, natural pageant system. I am very excited to bring this preliminary to Ashland, KY, on Saturday, August 25, 2012. The pageant will be held at the Best Western River Cities located at 31 Russell Plaza Drive, Ashland, KY 41101. Located just off of the famous U.S. 23 Country Music Highway, the property offers cable television and high speed internet access. A warm breakfast in the morning and a “cookie break” is offered nightly. To make hotel reservations, call (606) 326-0357 or go to http://www.bestwesternky.com.
An agenda is available for your review (PDF). Contestant ages 3 months to 27 years will compete in Interview (4 and up), Casual Wear and Formal Wear. Additionally, contestants 4 and up will have an onstage introduction. This pageant is open to contestants everywhere! A winner and four runners up will be selected in each age division , six overall specialty awards, one overall photogenic and one overall supreme award will be given. Have questions? Download a copy of detailed information about our preliminaries (PDF).
Entering is Easy!
Turn it into the pageant office by August 18, 2012. Send your $15.00 application fee to be officially entered. All remaining balances are due in the pageant office by August 11, 2012.For your convenience, Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Pageants accepts checks, money orders, Visa, MasterCard and American Express or PayPal.. Please indicate your information on the form or call the pageant office with your credit card information or mail a check or money order to:
Karen Blackwell Mucci
Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Pageants, LLC
16 Sheffield Lane
Frankfort, KY 40601
I look forward to seeing you soon! Best pageant wishes and if you have any additional questions, please call (859)492-3025 or email me at email@example.com.
Less than a month away! Please do not let this opportunity pass you by! Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Pageants will be on the road in lovely Ashland, Kentucky on August 25, 2012, Best Western River Cities for a preliminary which is an official qualifier to the 2013 Crowned Prince and Princess Charm National Pageant, April 26-28, 2013. Open to contestants everywhere! Ages 3 months to 27 years!
I am very excited to be headed to Ashland, KY. The Best Western River Cities is the host hotel of the Ashland, Kentucky preliminary. Contestants age 3 months to 27 years are eligible to compete. Ages 4 and up will compete in a panel interview with the judges, casual and formal wear competitions.
Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Pageants will award a winner and four runners up in each age division, plus six overall specialty awards. One overall supreme and one overall photogenic.
A$15.00 application fee is required to receive your official Crowned Prince and Princess Charm confirmation packet with sample judges questions, breakdown of how all categories are judged and the 2012 Crowned Prince and Princess Charm souvenir program. Entry fee is $55.00 and is due in the pageant office by Saturday, August 11, 2012.
The preliminary form is available for download from this site.
We hope to see you there. For more information, please feel free to contact me via phone at (859)492-3025 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org , I am happy to assist you.
Congrats to Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Alumni-
Kentucky National American Miss
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate some of our Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Alumni , who competed in the Kentucky National American Miss pageant July 28 and July 29 of 2012 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville, KY. Molly Sue Rodgers of LaGrange, KY and Madelyn Carek of Elizabethtown, KY competed in the Junior Teen division and did extremely well. Kudos to both girls!
Miss Kentucky America
Congratulations to Mira Baker of Lexington, KY. Mira was in the top 13 at Miss Kentucky America this year!
Miss Kentucky County Fair- Franklin County Fair
Congratulations to Abigail Willhoite of Frankfort, KY, first-runner up in the Franklin County Fair Preteen pageant.
If you are a former, present or future contestant of Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Pageant, you could be featured here. Please send me an email to email@example.com. Pageant staff enjoys keeping up with the accomplishments of its pageant family. Take care. I hope to talk to you soon,
Quote of the week: Success is a staircase, not a door.
Best Pageant Wishes,
Karen Blackwell Mucci
Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Pageants
I hope that each of you have received your preliminary Crowned Prince and Princess Charm information. If you have not, please contact me to be added to our mailing list. I look forward to meeting all of our new contestants this year and reconnecting with others. This is the first time that we have decided to take Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Pageants on the road so to speak. I am looking forward to the several stops along our journey. Throughout the year, I will be blogging about life, both in the pageant world and outside of it. Today, I am going to talk about etiquette and the fact that it is completely unknown in today’s society.
What happened to common courtesy? Is it really necessary to text or talk on the phone while in a movie?
I think that Emily Post would be mortified if she was alive today. I was in a movie theatre in a location that I will not disclose in an effort to both protect the innocent and the guilty. I was trying to enjoy the movie that I was seeing, but was met with obstacles along the way.
I certainly do not hope that you have had to experience this, but I sure did. There was a gentleman a few seats from me sitting closest to the wall TALKING ON HIS PHONE! That is right, talking on his phone—why do I have to be subjected to his seemingly pointless conversation while I have paid to go see a movie? Not only that, but a young Tween was sitting in front of me texting and even proceeded to watch a YouTube clip while the movie was playing. The parent that was sitting by her did not bother or feel the need to say anything either. This was even more interesting.
When I grew up, I did not do such things and would not even think to do something like that. What is wrong with people? Is it now impossible to go see a movie? Can we not unplug from the technological world for just for a few hours? For common courtesy, I think one should at least while others have paid to see a movie. There is a need for both etiquette and netiquette in today’s society. Have any of you experienced anything like this? Share your thoughts.
Get Ready for Summer!
This is a weekly blog about Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Pageants, LLC and Distinct Impressions Pageant and Image Consulting and all things pageant related. Additionally, I try to answer questions that parents that are new to pageantry may have. Being in the business for over 30 years, I have seen a lot of changes in the industry.
The Crowned Prince and Princess Charm postcards have been mailed and should be in your mailboxes soon! Mark your Calendars!
A winner and four runners up are awarded in each age division. Contestants will compete in interview (4 and up), casual and formal wear. If you cannot make it to a preliminary, you can enter as a contestant at large in the 2013 Crowned Prince and Princess Charm National Pageant, April 26-28 in Frankfort, KY. The registration form is available on this site. We hope to see you there!
2013 Crowned Prince and Princess Charm Preliminaries:
August 25, 2012- Best Western, River Cities, Ashland, KY
November 11, 2012- Capital Plaza Hotel, Frankfort, KY
March 3, 2013-Carroll Knicely Conference Center, Bowling Green, KY
April 26-28, 2013- Crowned Prince and Princess Charm National Pageant, Capital Plaza Hotel, Frankfort, KY
The deadline for the August 25 preliminary is August 11. We do require a $15.00 application fee so that you will receive your packet in the mail that outlines the competition. We are very excited to be coming to Ashland, KY in August. If you are trying to decide if pageantry is for you, this one is a great place to start. We offer a lot of different optional categories in addition to the core components of competition. Winners will advance to the Crowned Prince and Princess Charm National, April 26-28, 2013 in Frankfort, KY.
Start of Summer- County Fair Pageants Abound!
The start of summer signifies the beginning of the county fair pageant season. I always loved going to the fair and partaking in the excellent “fair food” as I like to call it. Funnel cakes, elephant ears and of course the hamburgers, hot dogs and soft drinks.
I enjoy watching my husband show his Tennessee Walking Horses and of course, the pageants–the epitome of Southern tradition. I wish all those competing this summer in the county fair systems, National American Miss , and American Coed systems and many more the best pageant wishes!
The second component of my business, Distinct Impressions Pageant and Image Consulting offers one on one consultation for those that need some additional practice in the areas of interview, stage presence, color psychology and many more! We also work with people on resume building and how to make you stand out for the right reasons. If you have been competing for one or 20 years, it never hurts to have a third party’s input.
Quote of the week:
“Life is Too Short to Blend In”
Question to Ponder? What do you enjoy about the fair?
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