ABOUT MISS U.S. INTERNATIONAL
In 1960, the City of Long Beach, California decided to start a beauty pageant when Miss Universe moved it location from there. For the first eight years, the pageant was held in Long Beach. In 1968 a Japanese investor bought the interest of the Miss International pageant and moved it to Tokyo, Japan. It has been held in Japan since then with the exception of 1971 where the pageant was again hosted by its birth city. The organizers envisioned a regal international pageant celebrating beauty, culture, and style. The vision soon became a reality with the establishment of the Miss International Beauty Pageant. Miss U.S. International, Harrison Productions, LLC will be embarking on an aggressive business plan including market research, trademark/image development, and promotion. With an incredibly successful run for the past 54 years, the Miss U.S. International franchise will again be on track to rival its competition.
Emphasizing beauty, style, and cultural appreciation, the Miss U.S. International National Pageant is a personal development opportunity for young ladies of the United States of America. The delegates who become part of the Miss U.S. International National Pageant gain confidence and poise in an increasingly competitive world. The pageant affords each delegate the opportunity to grow and advance her personal goals while acting as a role model in her community.
For the past 48 years, the Miss International pageant has been recognized as one of the three major beauty pageants. Under the directorship of Harrison Productions, LLC, the USA franchise for Miss International will again be the premiere beauty and style competition for women of the United States of America. As such, the Miss U.S. International National Pageant will be a vehicle for personal development and promotion of cultural appreciation.
Areas of Competition.
Delegates at the national level will be competing in Evening Gown and Swimsuit in the Preliminary competition. The national finalists chosen out of the preliminary competition will participate in an interview which will be factored into as 10% of the final score, Swimsuit (45%) and Evening Gown (45%). At the International level, Miss U.S. International will compete in Evening Gown and Swimsuit and a pageant forum. All international delegates must wear a national competition outfit, however this portion is not judged.
All delegates who are interested in competing must provide proof of their state residency by providing a current state issued Driver’s License or a College Identification. The national winner must prove that she has applied for a U.S. Passport or prove that her passport has at least one year left before it expires. With the submission of your Registration Form and entrance fee paid in full, you agree to all pageant rules and any changes made by the State and National Pageant Office. All paperwork must be received by the deadline indicated, or points will be deducted.