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Producing Beauty Pageants, 384 pages, is the only guide ever written about producing pageants. It includes such information as:
Producing your first pageant with only $100
How to get thousands of dollars worth of free advertising
Registering hundreds of contestants into your pageants
Tying major sponsors into your pageants
Feeding your pageant into big-league pageants
Setting up a national pageant system
Airing your pageant on national television
Airing your pageant on free-access cable television plus a whole lot more!
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A pageant's success is in direct proportion to its promoter's skills. Although Producing Beauty Pageants is primarily directed to producers of pageants for young women between the ages of 13 and 25, many of these proven methods can be successfully adapted to any age division for any pageant system. This book will assist pageant directors in producing, at minimal cost, a pageant that is successful not only for the director and the sponsors but, more importantly, for the girls participating. These proven methods have worked for a large number of pageant directors over many years, and they can work for you. You will find that Producing Beauty Pageants is filled with ideas that give you an insider's look at the pageant industry and that will lead you on a successful and rewarding path into the world of beauty pageants.
For any pageant to be a success, it has to have the three P's. It's got to have the best producer, the best promotion, and has to know its public relations. Producing Beauty Pageants will teach pageant directors secrets to successfully combining the three P's.From the Author:
Promotion is what makes the wheels of pageantry spin. American businesses spend millions of dollars each year on promoting pageants. They have found that pageants are the greatest municipal advertisement in the country. Because beauty is an effective marketing device, a great many commodities in the national economy have a beauty queen representing them. According to the California Artichoke Advisory Board, Marilyn Monroe was their first State of California Artichoke Queen. Mr. Pibb, a soft-drink made by Coca-Cola, was promoted by a "Pibb Girl" contest.
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Book Description Box of Ideas Pub, 1989. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110962197203
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Book Description Box of Ideas Pub, 1989. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0962197203