Miss South Carolina USA & Miss South Carolina Teen USA
PARKING ALERT ISSUED FOR FRIDAY’S JAMES TAYLOR CONCERT, MISS SC PAGEANT, HOLIDAY MARKET
Officials have issued a PARKING ALERT for Friday evening at the North Charleston Coliseum, Performing Arts Center and Charleston Area Convention Center. All three venues will have events including James Taylor in concert at the Coliseum, Miss South Carolina Pageant at the Performing Arts Center and Holiday Market at the Convention Center. Capacity crowds are expected for all events and attendees are encouraged to carpool and arrive early. Additional parking and free shuttles will be available at the North Charleston Fire Museum and Tanger Outlets starting at 6:30 PM.
Welcome back to the Miss South Carolina USA & Miss South Carolina Teen USA
Friday, November 21 - Preliminaries
Saturday, November 22 - Finals
The Palmetto State is invited to be a part of two beautiful evenings: the 2015 Miss South Carolina USA and Miss South Carolina Teen USA pageants on November 21 – 22, 2014, at The N. Charleston Performing Arts Theatre, 5001 Coliseum Dr., N. Charleston, SC 29418. N. Charleston became the home to Miss South Carolina USA in 2001 when the Performing Arts Theater opened. For the 14th consecutive year, N. Charleston will host these exciting, prestigious events and the many bright, beautiful young women they bring with them.
Paula M. Miles, President of RPM Productions, Inc., the organization producing the pageants, expressed her enthusiasm for the location. “N. Charleston is the perfect home for the Miss South Carolina USA and Miss South Carolina Teen USA Pageants,” she said. “The contestants, their friends and their families are graciously welcomed by Mayor Keith Summey and will be treated to a first-class event and will be able to experience the warm hospitality N. Charleston shows us.” This year they are pleased to welcome back to the South Carolina Stage, last year’s Miss South Carolina Teen USA, K. Lee Graham, who brought home the title of MISS TEEN USA, after competing for the national title last summer.
The pageants are the Official State Preliminaries to the Miss USA® and Miss Teen USA® Pageants, which are part of the Miss Universe Organization, an NBC Universal and Donald J. Trump partnership.
Contestants between the ages of 14-26 will compete in interview, swimsuit and evening gown competitions during the pageants, vying for thousands of dollars in scholarships and prizes as well as the ability to travel the state and country promoting the pageants and their charitable alliances.
This year’s all-star panel of judges arrive on Friday to begin meeting and interviewing the contestants for a chance to compete in the Miss USA and Miss Teen USA Pageants and work for Donald Trump in the Miss Universe Organization.
The winners of each pageant will have the experience of a lifetime representing the state of South Carolina at the nationally televised Miss USA pageant and live web-cast Miss Teen USA pageant.