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BEAUTY PAGEANTS IN AMERICA – ARE THEY LEGITIMATE COMPETITIONS OR MONEY MAKING GIMMICKS?

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Ashleigh Patrick
3007 Panola Road, Suite C174
Lithonia, Georgia 30038
Phone: 678.954.7430
Web: www.nbmac.org
Email: info@nbmac.org

BEAUTY PAGEANTS IN AMERICA - ARE THEY LEGITIMATE COMPETITIONS OR MONEY MAKING GIMMICKS?

Atlanta, GA, July 6, 2009: For years, there have been strong speculation that beauty pageants in America are simply dressed up tea parties that exploit the lives of young girls and women and charge them a small fortune to do so. Hundreds of beauty pageants and modeling contests are popping up everyday all around the country. Are all of these pageants really legitimate? Some of the contests are selling the parents and contestants on dreams of fabulous prizes and superstardom that they simply can’t deliver. More than $300,000,000 was spent in the beauty pageant industry in 2008. And more than half of that amount was lost because of fraudulent competitions. Who are these people that pageant contestants are trusting with their hard earned money and dreams? Well have no fear, NBMAC is here.

“America has been the source of so many fly by night beauty pageants and we are tired of these fraudulent contest owners making money but not holding up their end of the bargain,” said Sasha Alexander, Vice President of the National Beauty and Modeling Accreditation Council (NBMAC). “NBMAC has come to be the “Ghostbusters” of the beauty pageant industry. We created NBMAC because of the millions of contestants that do not have the resources to inquire about these pageants before they spend their money on them. Consumers can now get information about any pageant through NBMAC free of charge. We let consumers know the company’s history, their pageant experience and information about the owners/directors. This is NBMAC’s approach to keeping the beauty and fashion industry safe, honest and legitimate,” says Alexander.

NBMAC offers education, certification and accreditation programs to beauty pageant owners to insure they are aware of the laws and to teach them how to operate fair, safe and legitimate contests. For additional informational, contact Ashleigh Patrick at (678) 954-7430 or at info@nbmac.org www.nbmac.org.

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