Miss Black Louisiana USA Talented Teen Pageant Holds First Official Casting Call of 2012

Open Auditions for November Pageant to be Held in New Orleans
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May 3, 2012 - PRLog -- Calling all talented teens! The Miss Black Louisiana USA Organization is kicking off its first official casting call for the 2013 Talented Teen Pageant, with auditions scheduled for Saturday, May 26th, 2012.
The spirited competition is seeking teens between the ages of 14-18 for its Talented Teen pageant. In addition, the Princess Pageant will also be holding auditions, seeking young girls between the ages of 5-13.
“We are looking for talented, poised young girls to represent the best and brightest of Louisiana. I believe that each contestant who enters this pageant will benefit tremendously from the experience,” said Tiffany Magee, the State Director for the Miss Black Louisiana USA organization.
Winners of each pageant make appearances, attend educational functions, and participate in community activities across the state of Louisiana. The organization seeks to empower young African-American girls by providing positive activities and educational opportunities throughout the state.
The Miss Black Louisiana USA, Talented Teen, and Princess Pageants will all take place on Saturday, November 10th, 2012 at the Louisiana State Police Auditorium in Baton Rouge. To RSVP for the casting call, please email missblacklouisianausa@gmail.com, or visit www.missblacklouisianausa.org for more information.
Miss Black Louisiana USA Talented Teen & Princess Pageant Auditions
Rhythm Rubies Studios: 843 Carondelet St., New Orleans, LA 70113
Casting Call: 2-5 pm

About The Miss Black Louisiana USA Organization
Miss Black Louisiana USA offers the opportunity to young women to display their beauty, talents, and accomplishments through the Miss Black Louisiana USA, Talented Teen, and Princess Pageants. The organization advocates scholastic achievement, and believes that education is critical to success. It also helps identify scholarships and funding opportunities to women of color pursuing their higher educational goals, while maintaining a healthy financial status through financial literacy education.
Source:Miss Black Louisiana USA
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