Sunburst Model Search And Baby Contest Comes To Area Malls Sunday

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Sunburst will be in the Chattanooga area Sunday.  Hamilton Place will host the first contest at noon, followed by a 4:30 p.m. contest at Northgate Mall.  Winners will go to state finals in May to represent their county.   Every contestant receives a crown and trophy. 

The baby pageant is for boys and girls in three age groups:   Under one year, one year olds and two and three year olds.    The model search is for girls, ages 4–27 and will be judged in five age groups: 4–6 years, 7-10 years, 11-13 years, 14–17 years and 18–27 years. 

Current and former contestants have appeared in ads, commercials, T.V. series, movies and all entertainment fields.  Currently, two Sunburst contestants are in movies and two former contestants went on to become Miss America and Miss USA.  

To receive information on how to enter, visit SUNBURSTBEAUTY.COM or call 813.839-8054 for information.  Entry forms will also be available at each of the malls.


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