Published January 2020
Gloss Pageantry gives our Gloss Girls the opportunity to gain grace, self-confidence, social skills, and to become an active member in her community. She will spend her year making appearances at community events, working together to bring awareness to causes in her neighborhood, building her social impact/platform and so much more. She will serve as a role model for girls all over the state as well as being a leader in her community. Listed below are the obligations required during her reign:
Title holders must live in the region she wishes to represent
All social media platforms must be kept family friendly and wholesome.
Title holders (Gloss Little Miss through Gloss Miss) are expected to vie for the Bronze, Silver, or Gold President’s Volunteer Service Award Program, completing at minimum 24 hours of service during her 12 months reign.
Queen and Princess title holders from all divisions must organize and schedule 1 philanthropy or community service event during her reign that all other Gloss Girl title holders can attend (this is not required). This could be anything from Feed My Starving Children to making tie blankets for the homeless. The timing of each event is at the discretion of the Directors.
Gloss titles are non-contract binding. However, you are not allowed to compete in other pageants that require you to give up your Gloss Pageantry title.