National Pageant Information
The mission of the U.S. United Pageant System is to promote health, fitness and inner beauty among women and children of all ethnic groups while producing positive role models for the community; to develop women that will promote self-confidence, self-worth, moral, academic and social support for our youth; and to publicly recognize women who have obtained personal, professional and community achievements.
Our pageant will showcase each contestant on her own merits and personality. We focus on the individual inner beauty of each contestant, as well as her individual achievements, community involvement and personal strengths and talents. We do not believe in comparison judging. The 2022 Educators of America Pageant, Royal U.S. United Pageant and the U.S. United Pageant and International Pageant will take place July 20-24, 2022, in Atlanta, GA at the newly renovated Hilton Atlanta Airport Hotel, located just minutes from Hartsfield Jackson International Airport.
Please read the following information in its entirety. Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
The pageant's entry deadline is May 15, 2022. This is when all applications and paperwork must be turned into the Pageant Office. If you know someone that would like to compete, please urge them to go ahead and submit their application. ALL FEES MUST BE paid in full by June 1, 2022.
Your Pageant fee is as follows:
$50.00 (non-refundable) Registration fee
THERE IS NO PAGEANT FEE
All contestants must purchase the national finalist package which includes your activities for pageant weekend.
The Royal U.S. United Pageant finalist package is $420
The U.S. United Pageant finalist package is $495
You may pay your fees through PayPal. The PayPal address is firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also pay through Zelle or Cash App. Our Zelle is email@example.com. Cash App is $Marchia1. Payment arrangements are available
Each delegate will sign a Queen’s Contract. This contract spells out in detail what is expected of you
ALL WINNERS MUST STAY UNTIL SUNDAY, JULY 24th UNTIL 1:00 PM FOR THE CONTRACT SIGNING AND PHOTO SHOOT. NO EXCEPTIONS! PLEASE DO NOT MAKE ARRANGEMENTS TO LEAVE ATLANTA BEFORE 2:00 PM.
Competition Wardrobe And Judging Guidelines
All contestants will be required to purchase her opening number outfit. You will also need nude, flesh tone, or clear heels. Contestants in the Junior Teen division should not wear a heel that is higher than 3 inches.
Personal Interview – 40%
Judges will ask general questions to get to know each contestant. Religious, controversial, and political questions will not be asked unless something is mentioned in your introduction. Each contestant will give a 20 second introduction speech during her interview. Judges will also use information from your introduction to ask questions.
Contestants should wear a business suit, pant suit, or business dress. You should look as though you are going to a job interview or making an appearance. Please be mindful of the length of your skirt. You be will judged on your oral communication skills, confidence, poise, charisma, projection of personality and sincerity of your answers.
Fun Fashion – 30%
This is an outfit of your choice that best reflects your personality. Should you choose to wear a hat, PLEASE be sure your full face is visible to the judges at all times. You will be judged on poise, personality, charisma, overall presentation, and confidence. Have fun, let your personality shine! This outfit SHOULD NOT be an evening gown; however, you may wear a dress with a high/low hemline.
Evening Gown – 30%
Contestants should wear a floor length gown. The price of the gown is not important. You will be judged on poise, grace/elegance, overall presentation, eye contact, and confidence while on stage. Be sure your gown fits you well and is not too tight, too long or too short. Make sure it compliments your figure and is age appropriate.
Other Clothing Needed
Comfortable clothes for rehearsal
Pink Gown for Awards Gala
All outfits and shoes should be age appropriate
Scores from optional competitions have no bearing on the division winner. Contestants are not required to enter the optional competitions
Optional Competition Fees are due by July 1, 2022.
Talent Competition (optional $25.00 fee)
The Talent Competition is an optional competition and does not affect the overall outcome of the pageant. You will need to have your Talent Entry form & Entry Fee to the Office by June 15, 2022. We need this information ahead of time because these names must be added to the computer score sheet. Talent must not be longer than 3 minutes.
Photogenic Competition (optional $25.00 fee)
Contestants in this competition should submit no more than 2 photographs. You should bring them with you and turn in at registration. Please be sure you pick them up before the pageant. Photos will not be mailed. Photographs should be at least a 4 X 6 and no larger than an 8 X 10 and may be either in color or black and white. Photos should be professional and not a snapshot. Photos CANNOT be older than three years.
Cover Girl (optional $25.00 fee)
Contestants in this competition should submit up to 2 photos that will be judged by a separate panel of judges with photography experience. The winner will have her photo printed in the program book as our Cover Girl winner. Photos must be emailed to the Director by June 15, 2022.
Community Service Scrapbook (optional $25.00 fee)
You should bring your scrapbook with you. Please be sure to pick this up after the pageant. Your scrapbook should showcase your activities in your community and should be arranged by the most recent activities first.
The People’s Choice winner is chosen based online voting and votes collected during pageant weekend. Each contestant must create a container that will be judged by reigning royalty. The container will be used for audience votes.
The People’s Choice winner will receive a trophy and an automatic entry into the final competition.
Mini Optionals ($10/each of all three for $25.00)
Each contestant may choose up to 3 Mini Optional competitions. These include Personal Interview Attire, Fun Fashion Attire and/or Evening Gown.
Spokes Model ($25.00 fee)
Contestants will prepare a 2-minute speech about their platform or the national platform which is breast cancer awareness.
Rip The Runway ($25.00 fee)
Contestants will model an outfit of her choice. Outfit should show her personality, style. Pageant will choose music.
U.S. United Scholar (no fee)
Contestants will submit an official transcript and write a short essay on why she feels she deserves this award.
Portfolio ($25 fee)
Contestants will submit a modeling portfolio containing 5-10 photos of various poses. Portfolios should include headshots, ¾ length and full body shots.
Spirit of Pageantry Award (no fee)
This award is voted on by the contestants. The award is based on the contestant who displays good sportsmanship, is congenial to all contestants and staff, helpful to those in need and the overall displays good character throughout the competition.
Each contestant is required to purchase the National Finalist Package of $495 which includes all National Activities and national paperwork.
Tickets to all events
Themed Pajama Party
National pageant T-shirt
1/4 page ad
National Pageant VIP seating for family members-Tickets MUST be purchased for each event
National Finalist Package MUST be paid in full by June 1st.
*The U.S. United Pageant System is not responsible for prizes
forfeited by sponsors. * A complete list of prizes may be found on our website at www.usunitedpageant.com
Marchia Phillips, Executive Director
April Rhodes Smith, Executive Producer
U.S. United Pageant System