U.S.A. Ambassador Pageants Rules & Regulations
- Contestant must be a naturally born female and reside, go to school or hold property in the state in which she is competing on the date of the state and/or national pageant.
- Contestant must be of the following age as of July 1st in the year of the National Pageant:
- 7 years of age and no older than 9 years of age to compete in the Jr. Preteen Division.
- 10 years of age and no older than 12 years of age to compete in the Preteen Division.
- 13 years of age and no older than 15 years of age to compete in the Jr. Teen Division.
- 16 years of age and no older than 18 years of age to compete in the Teen Division.
- 19 years of age and no older than 25 years of age to compete, and has never been married nor have children in the Miss Division.
- 26 years of age and older to compete and is currently single or divorced in the Ms. Division.*
- 19 years of age and older and is currently married in the Mrs. Division.
*Contestants may be 19 if they are divorced or with child
- Contestant or Contestants’ parents (if child is under 18 years of age) affirm that she is and will continue to be a person of good character.
- Contestant and Contestant’s Supporters, Guests or Visitors, will conduct themselves in a respectful, professional manner at all times during the state and national pageants. Bad sportsmanship is NOT tolerated and will be grounds for removal of Contestant from the pageant without refund.
- Contestant promises not to slander the U.S.A. Ambassador Pageant, its directors, peers, judges, volunteers or anyone else affiliated with the pageant.
- National winners may not compete in another U.S.A. Ambassador Pageant state or national competition until they have aged into another division.
- Contestant and Contestants’ parents or legal guardians agree to abide by eligibility requirements and affirm that all information provided is true.
- Contestant agrees to provide an original copy of her birth certificate to verify age and gender upon request.
- The U.S.A. Ambassador Pageant can change the dates and venue of the national pageant as is deemed necessary.
- The U.S.A. Ambassador Pageant has the right to refuse anyone entry into the National Pageant.
- There will be NO videography or photography allowed at any of the events at the state and national pageant, unless otherwise announced.
- One adult only is permitted in dressing room for SLICC I & SLICC II contestants only and will be given a wristband for access.
- No boys or men are allowed in dressing rooms at anytime – not even fathers. NO EXCEPTIONS.
- Although smoking is not prohibited for those who are of legal age, Contestants are requested not to smoke in public areas.
- Alcohol is not allowed to be consumed by any underage contestant throughout the state weekend or national week.
- Drugs are not allowed – period.
- Contestants MUST abide by all rules. Parents of any contestant not observing all rules will be contacted and the girl will be sent home without refund.
- Contestant is required to attend Nationals if selected as State/Regional or Appointed Titleholder with all fees paid.
- Contestant is required to attend nationals if selected as a State/Regional or Appointed Titleholder. If contestant is unable to attend nationals, all fees are due in full and crown and banner must be sent back to the national office.
- All Fees are Non Refundable.