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CEO - MS. AMERICA PAGEANT
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The first Ms. America Pageant - 1997
The first Ms. America Pageant - 1997
Susan Jeske crowned Ms. America 1997
Susan Jeske crowned Ms. America 1997
Susan Jeske was crowned Ms. America on December 7, 1997 at the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas winning $75,000 in cash and prizes. In 1999 she purchased the pageant from Richard Simon and in February of 2000 it became a registered federal trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office in Washington DC.

Ms. America was the first MS. Pageant and remains the foremost competition for ALL women in America. Now celebrating its 10th year it is considered to be the premier MS. pageant for all women - single, divorced, widowed and married. It epitomizes classy, conservative, elegance, professionalism and family values.

The winner of the Ms. America crown receives prizes and endless opportunities. During her reign she will make personal appearances and become an advocate for her personal platform throughout the country. During her "year of service" she acts as the spokesperson and ambassador for ALL women. You may see her at charity events, parades, fund-raising events, business organizations, appear in print and television commercials and can be seen interviewed with members of the media. She is the public symbol of ALL women. When she returns to the pageant to crown her successor we celebrate her accomplishments during her reign where she recieves the Presidential Award from the President of the United States for her "year of service" to her country. While maintaining its values and traditions, Ms. America Pageant is the modern pageant that celebrates all women and their accomplishments.
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