Miss Food City has become one of the most sought after titles for young ladies throughout the region. The winner will represent Food City at the Food City 500 race in April and the Food City 300 race in August, plus Food City Family Race Nights, Grand Openings, and many more special events.
Miss Food City 2019 will receive $2,000 cash, an additional $1,000 scholarship provided by sponsor Rave Hair Styling Product and other additional prizes.
Contestants will be limited to the first 25 applications received. Deadline for completed entries received is 6:00 pm Thursday, October 4, 2018.
Do you think you have what it takes to be the next Miss Food City?
The 2019 Miss Food City Pageant is slated for Saturday, October 27th at 7:00 p.m. The Paramount Center for the Arts in beautiful downtown Bristol will again serve as the venue for the gala event.
Tickets will be available at the Paramount Center for the Arts box office on the night of the event. Adult tickets are $8 and children 5 and under are free.
Reggie Neel of WXBQ 96.9 FM 24 Carrot Country will serve as Master of Ceremonies. The pageant is presented by the Twin City Woman’s Club and co-sponsored by WXBQ 96.9, with event proceeds benefitting their sponsored projects and charities.
Paramount Center for the Arts is located at 518 State St, Bristol, TN 37620.
The first pageant was held in the Bristol Mall in 1992. Former winners include Janet Barton 1992 & 1993, Meredith Blankenship - 1994, Tracy Wilson - 1995, April Elswick - 1996, Lisa Tollett - 1997, Christin Wilson - 1998, Erica Hembree - 1999, Amanda Greene - 2000, Misty Horn - 2001, Ronna Compton - 2002, April Owens - 2003, Kimberly Coen - 2004, Megan Ashe - 2005, Mally Gent - 2006, Britney Hagy - 2007, Jennifer Whittington - 2008, Lindsey Blevins - 2009, Melissa O'Neal - 2010, Elizabeth Robinette - 2011, Ginny Cole - 2012, Alex Honeycutt - 2013, Kayla Neikirk - 2014, Kassie Perkins - 2015, Azlin Alder – 2016, Callie Corum – 2017, Hannah Everhart – 2018.