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How To Get Beauty Pageant Sponsorships

Beauty pageant participants have beauty, poise, and grace.  Not only that, but they have to be able to answer questions about current issues in our society and also be talented, often in dance or music.  And while they often make all of this effortless, lots of effort and many hours of practice go into making a beauty pageant winner.  Of course, all of this training comes at a price, which is why youíre going to need a sponsor to help you out.  Luckily for you, since beauty pageants are often highly publicized, there are often many companies willing to sponsor you.  Here are three tips on how to get sponsors for beauty pageants.

 

Talk to family and friends

If youíre competing in a local beauty pageant, or a well-known beauty pageant, you should talk to family and friends and see if they can sponsor you.  Sponsorship isnít just about money.  It comes in many forms.  Maybe someone you know has a clothing store or is a dressmaker; they could sponsor the costumes you need for the event. Someone else might be able to do your hair and makeup.  Others might be willing to sponsor you in the form of dance or voice lessons.  The more you talk to your family and friends, the more likely you are to get sponsorship from them. 

Talk to professionals

Your dentist, hair dresser, or instructors maybe willing to sponsor you.  For example, if you want to get your teeth whitened, talk to your dentist and see if you can work out a sponsorship deal.  He could whiten your teeth at a discount and use your photos on his promotional material.  You could try the same with your hair dresser or instructors.  When dealing with professionals, you will have to be professional, so donít forget about sponsorship proposals and letters. 

Talk to parents with younger children

The fact that you have poise and grace is something that isnít as common now as it was before.  Parents are often willing to pay for lessons for their children.  You could help with manners, posture, and their speech.  Put together a proposal and hand out information at elementary schools and community centers and offer lessons similar to what you would find at a finishing school.

If this sounds like something that interests you, consider contacting one of our sponsorship consultants to find out more information.

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