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Subject: good luck with this question .. this topic has been asked and deleted from lots of boards because no one plays nice with this topic

hopefully you will get positive feed back.. it would be a first!
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Date Posted: 07:04:09 07/14/10 Wed
In reply to: Mrs. 's message, "To all the directors out there and to those who've been around this system for a while (meaning more than 5 years), what does this system look for in it's winners? Taking a look at the states themselves there's a wide range of winners from young (24) to older (44) that's a 20 year age span. Click in for a bit more." on 05:34:40 07/14/10 Wed

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[> Subject: Mrs America is is marketable, and is a wow she is a "solid" woman, speaks well and looks great doing it!. In the past the youngest winners are older 20s and oldest are older 30s. I truly feel that Mrs. America is the superbowl of them all. Not saying the other systems aren't good they are or they wouldn't attract the quality of women they do, but Mrs. America is the most spectacular of them all. I would suggest googling the former winners and read their bios. Nicole Brink, Diane Tucker and Julie Love Templeton are all very similar to what you said a beautiful person who promotes the pageant and try to get more women involved. The current Mrs. America is pregnant at the moment and the Marmels are celebrating the fact she is! it is the first thing you see on their website. When Andrea won this past year, they had a picture of her and her family up first thing! Their motto is "We are family" and they are showing it!

America fan!!!!
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Date Posted: 07:14:31 07/14/10 Wed

>I'd like to know what this system is really about. If
>this is a system that focuses on raw beauty and
>nothing else, well then I in my early 30's, don't look
>like I did when I was 24. I hold a PhD. level
>education, mother of 2, and active in my community.
>Too me, that's what I would like to see in a Mrs.
>America. A woman that's well, a woman. You can't
>tell me that a 20 something possess the same life
>experiences as a more mature person regardless of
>children. That's what I simply don't get. When I
>competed in the USA system, it was about beauty yes,
>but also about being able to promote my state and
>bring in more girls to the system. I don't see much
>of that in America, but then again I'm new to this.
>So what I'd really like to see is a reasonable
>dialogoue about what this system REALLY WANTS from
>it's winner. No reason wasting my time if it's just
>raw beauty and a 20 something body.
>Thank you and PLAY NICE with your comments!!!!

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