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Welcome to Miss Tourism Pageants where Queens educate, inspire and ignite passion in others as they educate the Nation and the World.

At Miss Tourism Pageants, we orchestrate a symphony of philanthropic voices. Our Queens step onto the stage with a dual purpose: to share their inner beauty and to amplify charitable causes. United as charitable ambassadors, they transcend the traditional pageant narrative, using their influence to advocate for the issues close to their hearts. Their dedication elevates awareness and kindles support for vital causes.

Champions of Hope and Advocacy: Within the Miss Tourism Pageants, we hope to be champions of hope and advocacy. Our Queens may choose to embrace the Pageants cause "Stand Up, Speak out Against Bullying," transforming stages into platforms for education and change. Guided by our mentorship, these extraordinary young women kindle transformation through their voices, casting a spotlight on the charities that stir their passions. Their philanthropic endeavors create a powerful resonance, inspiring unity and progress.

Miss Tourism Pageants works to place our queens and advocates in the right environment to speak about our cause. "Stand Up Speak Out Against Bullying" is a Global Issue affecting kids as young as 6 and affects some in the work place.  Here are some facts from stop Bullying . gov 

  • About 20% of students ages 12-18 experienced bullying nationwide.

  • Students ages 12–18 who reported being bullied said they thought those who bullied them:

    • Had the ability to influence other students’ perception of them (56%).

    • Had more social influence (50%).

    • Were physically stronger or larger (40%).

    • Had more money (31%).

  • The relationship between bullying and suicide is complex. The media should avoid oversimplifying these issues and insinuating or directly stating that bullying can cause suicide. The facts tell a different story. It is not accurate and potentially dangerous to present bullying as the “cause” or “reason” for a suicide, or to suggest that suicide is a natural response to bullying.

  • Research indicates that persistent bullying can lead to or worsen feelings of isolation, rejection, exclusion, and despair, as well as depression and anxiety, which can contribute to suicidal behavior.

  • The vast majority of young people who are bullied do not become suicidal.

  • Most young people who die by suicide have multiple risk factors.

  • For more information on the relationship between bullying and suicide, read “The Relationship Between Bullying and Suicide: What We Know and What it Means for Schools” from the CDC.

It is important that our contestants understand they will learn too, making our program easy for all girls to navigate and be included. We have the idea that in learning how to research, speak, engage a crowd and show their authentic selves they can instill hope and change in any place that welcomes them to their events. 

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