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The New Mrs. Nevada USC is announced
Published on Tue, Feb 18, 2014 (2:29 p.m.)Dear Sirs;
I am pleased to inform you that the Mrs. Nevada Pageant has named Patti Stewart as Mrs Nevada US Continental and she will be competing in the national Mrs. US Continental Pageant. As a representative in your area, she is available to assist you with upcoming fund raising events, activities, and public service campaigns. The Ms. US Continental Pageant system is the only pageant that recognizes the modern women for their accomplishments at home, at work, and in the community. We are honored to have such fine representatives in the state of Nevada, and, it is our hope, that Patti will be able to work with you throughout the year.
As Mrs. Nevada she is available to assist you in many ways. Perhaps you'd like her to act as an emcee, or as an "Official Hostess" for an upcoming event. You may wish to have her as a spokesperson for your next fund-raising campaign. She can ride in parades, sign autographs, shake hands, and attract a crowd like you've never seen before! She is available to offer her assistance ... and, her appearances are free of charge to sponsors!
To schedule an appearance with Mrs. Nevada, simply call the Mrs. Nevada State Office at (702) 368-3905 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org:
Ms. Nevada US Continental Pageant
P.O. Box 82423
Las Vegas, NV 89180
Once your request is received, we will check Mrs. Nevada’s schedule, and let you know if she is available. If you have any questions, or need any assistance in determining how to take advantage of this opportunity, please feel free to contact me.
This year’s national pageant will be held at the Garden Theater in Orlando, Florida on July 25 & 26, 2014.
Ms. Nevada State Office
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