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miss america ● trade show I t’s the hub of America during Miss America week. Aside from preliminary competi- tions, it's the center of atten- tion for all who attend the Miss America Pageant. It’s the Miss America Trade Show and Re- source Forum and it’s the place to be during Miss America week. The Pageantry booth welcomes all attendees as they enter the show and sets the stage for the all-impor- tant photo op as volunteers, family members, industry supporters, and queens from across the country con- vene for the Miss America pageant. Featuring Pageantry magazine, Pageantry’s John Maxwell Hall of Fame photo exhibition, assorted vendors, boutiques, and trainers from across the nation, Pageantry is happy to showcase the excitement of this Miss America week tradi- tion where we turn the Pageantry lens on you! Going Nuts - Pageantry’s Laureen Oglesby with Mc- Niel Chestnut of North Carolina. Hamming it Up - Miss Birmingham, Alabama 2013 Elisabeth Chramer. Above the Law - Miss America icon Jack Lawson. Cat Woman - Lee Meriwether, Miss America 1955. NAM’s Newest - (L-R) 2012-2013 National All- American Miss Allyson Hovda with 2012-2013 Nation- al American Miss Hoang-Kim Cung. Bridal Party - At the Bridal Elegance Booth, Kathy Mufich (L) and Ashley Lehman. Alexandra the Great - Alexandra Coppa, Miss Rhode Island Outstanding Teen. Making a Connection - Tom Prete, Executive Direc- tor for Miss Connecticut. Powered Up - Susan Powell, Miss America 1981. Top Trends - Toshonda Dixon with BodyTrends at the Miss America Trade Show. 52 PAGEANTRY