Sponsorship Proposal- 2016 National Miss Amazing Pageant
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NMAP2016 AT A GLANCE
Our goal for the 2016 National Miss Amazing Pageantis to create an more integrated environment thatencourages a sisterhood between girls and women withand without disabilities. The three-day festival willfeature vendors, sponsor booths, and fun activities, allserving the greater purpose of female empowerment.
Miss Amazing is most known for its stunning productionsthat inspire audiences nationwide and amplify the abilitiesand strengths of girls and women with disabilities. Byworking closely with a highly-trained production company,the National Miss Amazing Pageant team will produce fourstate-of-the-art shows, each of which will be live streamedto viewers worldwide.
The Meet and Greet Dance Party and Crafting PJ Partyhave become cherished traditions at the National MissAmazing Pageant. These fun activities offer the MissAmazing queens an opportunity to meet new friends andacclimate to their new environment.
GALAThe National Miss Amazing Pageant’s Girl Power Galaincreasingly becomes a more elegant, glamorous, andmemorable evening every year. Open to the generalpublic, the Girl Power Gala celebrates the girls andwomen who represent Miss Amazing and generatessupport for the organization’s programs and initiatives.
The interview process provides the Miss Amazingqueens the opportunity to strengthen their social skillsand prepare for job interviews. This exercise encouragesthe queens to set higher goals and to realize their fullpotential.
The National Miss Amazing Pageant provides anexciting opportunity for families to take a break whilediscovering a new city. Miss Amazing arranges grouptransportation so that all attendees have a chance tosite-see and explore together.
Our guests come from the following states:
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APPEAL TO FEMALE CONSUMERSOur audience is approximately 91% female, 54% ofwhich is 25-44. The demographic is family-oriented,
with interests in fashion, beauty, and wellness.
MORE ABOUT THE DEMOGRAPHIC
People with disabilities are parents, employees, andbusiness owners. They make up an active consumerbase with $544 billion of disposable income in the
United States. Fortune magazine also reports,“evenindividuals who don't have disabilities-and don't live
with those who do-exhibit strong brand loyalty towardproducts affiliated with disability-related causes.” MissAmazing offers your company an opportunity to gainaccess to consumers with disabilities and to position
itself next to a renowned disability-related cause.
ACCESS AMERICA’S LARGESTUNTAPPED MARKET
IowaMassachusettsMinnesotaMississippiMissouriKansasNebraskaNew JerseyNew York
North CarolinaOklahomaSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVirginiaWisconsin
8,000 social media followers average likes/post average shares/post319 24SOCIAL MEDIA ENGAGEMENT
“The most rewarding experience I’ve ever been a part of.”- Stacy Deibel, family member of 2015 Virginia Miss Amazing Teen
“You have given my daughter an incredible gift that will lasther a lifetime. Thank you so much!”- Maryellen DeShaw, mother of
PAST EVENTSPRAISE FOR THE 2015 NATIONAL MISS AMAZING PAGEANT“It is one of the highlights of her life and an experience she will neverforget.” - Farah Hosman, mother of 2015 Idaho Miss Amazing Sr. Miss
“I met a lot of girlfriends and I call some of them my sisters.”- Tiffani Johnson, 2015 National Miss Amazing Jr. Miss
ATTENDEE GROWTH FROM 2013-2016
IN THE NEWS
VICE MAGAZINE200 million unique visitors/month
ABC 7 LOS ANGELES3.8 million unique visitors/month
LA TIMES38.1 million unique visitors/month
ABOUT MISS AMAZINGThe first Miss Amazing Pageant was held in Omaha, NE in 2007.In 2010, the Teen Nick HALO Award granted the program $25,000and a feature on Teen Nickelodeon, making it possible for theprogram to gain 501(c)(3) non-profit status and nationwideexposure. The Miss Amazing Pageant is now held in 30 states andMiss Amazing Inc. and has touched the lives of 800 girls andwomen with disabilities to date.
When she was just thirteen years old, Jordan Somerhad a desire to provide the opportunities that she hadreceived through pageantry for the female athletes thatshe met at the Special Olympics. That year, shecoordinated the first Miss Amazing Pageant in herhometown of Omaha, NE and became hooked. Jordanheld the Miss Amazing Pageant on an annual basis and,upon receiving a Teen Nick HALO Award in 2010, beganusing her newfound resources to expand the program toother states. Jordan has been honored with thePresident’s Lifetime Achievement Award, a Daily Pointsof Light Award, and a Silver Prudential Spirit ofCommunity Award and was selected to be in the top 30of L’Oreal Paris’ 2014 Women of Worth for her work withMiss Amazing.