Recap of the Miss and Miss Teen Asian American Texas 2017-2019

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By Correspondent at Asia World Media

The pageant was a sold out event on Saturday evening, August 5, 2017, at Swayz Ballroom in Dallas, TX.

A Jarvis Jacobs Photo

A Jarvis Jacobs Photo

Many VIPs, leaders and representatives from different Asian communities attended and praised the quality production, representing the diverse cultures of Asia.

A Jarvis Jacobs Photo

The Miss and Miss Teen Asian American Texas Pageant is produced entirely by volunteers, an incredible group of talented, skilled, educated and dedicated professionals and community leaders, who have invested countless hours to ensure a memorable Pageant. The Miss and Miss Teen Asian American Texas Pageant is hosted by the Asian American Broadcasting, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, and mainly sponsored by Asia World Media, a bridge to connect businesses to the Asian American Market and Consumers through print publication, online, social media, video broadcasting and production. (For more details, visit www.AsiaWorldMedia.com)

MAATXP2017 Board Members, Committee and Directors A Jarvis Jacobs Photo

Other sponsors and supports were made possible by company, organization and individuals throughout North Texas, including Cindi’s N.Y. Delicatessen Restaurant and Bakery, Lee’s Sandwiches in Garland, SF Supermarket at Cali Saigon Mall, Tiffiny Luong Beauty Academy, and many more. North Texas surrounding city and state leaders, like Texas State Representative Angie Chen Button, Mayor of Dallas Michael S. Rawlings, Mayor of Richardson Paul Voelker, Mayor of Carrollton Kevin W. Falconer, and Mayor of Garland Douglas Athas sending their best wishes and congratulations to the success and accomplishments of the Miss and Miss Teen Asian American Texas Pageant 2017-2019.

The Miss and Miss Teen Asian American Texas Pageant 2017-2019 newly title holders are Vanyda Boulom, representing the country of Laos, for the Miss Teen Asian American Texas and Averie Bishop, representing the country of the Philippine, for the Miss Asian American Texas. We congratulate these two ladies and all the candidates for their incredible accomplishments.

A Jarvis Jacobs Photo
A Jarvis Jacobs Photo
A Jarvis Jacobs Photo
A Jarvis Jacobs Photo
A Jarvis Jacobs Photo
A Jarvis Jacobs Photo
A Jarvis Jacobs Photo
A Jarvis Jacobs Photo

To read more and full coverage… pick-up a copy of Asia World Magazine Summer 2017 Issue coming out soon, with beautiful glossed, color photos of the candidates and winners.

About MAATXP

Since its inception in 1997, Miss Asian American Texas Pageant organization is to inspire personal development and empower young ladies to develop leadership, education, self-identity and self-confidence they need to achieve in their personal best. A distinguish and educated lady has the power to make real change, provide leadership to her local community and with the potential to reach a lifetime success in her career.  The Miss Asian American Texas Pageant has been more than a platform for fostering growth and understanding of the Asian American and Pacific Islanders communities. It provides a glimpse into the many diverse and vibrant cultures that surrounds America. It is also about the broad public awareness of the strengths, beauty, leaderships and talents that exist throughout the AAPI communities. The Pageant displays the rich ethnic diversity of the Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) communities (A person having origins in any of the Asian ethnic categories people of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, China, Philippines, India, Vietnam, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Thailand, Laotian, Cambodia, Hmong, Indonesia, Sri Lankan, Bangladesh, Burma and other Asians).

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