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Cearah Heads to Oklahoma on US/International Tour

  Atlanta, GA - January 10, 2015 - Cearah Hamilton, Miss Black US Ambassador, will make a stop on her US/International Media Tour in Oklahoma City, January 14, 2015. She is scheduled to make several appearances. On Thursday, January 15, Cearah will speak at local schools to empower youth, and then will appear at local radio and television stations before heading to crown Miss Black Teen Oklahoma US Ambassador and Miss Black Oklahoma US Ambassador 2015 at DC Film Row. The event will include a special appearance by Consul General Randy Rolle of the Atlanta Bahamas Consulate. Consul General Rolle is joining Cearah on her stop to Oklahoma City, to speak to several Bahamian students in the area, promote the first ever Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival Celebration taking place this spring in the Bahamas as well as show his support and partnership with the Miss Black US Ambassador Scholarship Program. On January 16, Cearah will conclude her trip and travel to Tulsa with a visit to the Greenwood Cultural Center and Museum in the Historical Greenwood District. The Miss Black US Ambassador and Miss Black Teen US Ambassador Scholarship Pageant LLC, exists to provide once in a lifetime opportunities for young African American women to serve as ambassadors of change and to encourage, empower and enlighten, communities, states and nations. These young women are rising voices in the community who seek to make a difference by providing educational forums and events that focus on health disparities, poverty, violence and major issues plaguing the African American community. They are role models, not only to young African American women, but to women around the world. These young women are more than pretty faces, and the program is more than a competition. It’s a program that gives 365 days of support and resources to communities in need. The program is a platform for today’s savvy, smart and aware, young women of color to express their viewpoints, extraordinary talents and accomplishments to the national public, while offering scholarships opportunities to further education. For more information on the media tour please contact admin@thembusam.com or call 678-367-0050.                                                                                                                                              ### For more information, visit: www.thembusam.com; Facebook: www.facebook.com/MissBlackUSAmbassador; Instagram: @mbusam_pageant PR Contact: Patrice Harrison, Founder & Chief Executive Officer  E: Patrice.Harrison@thembusam.com T: 678.367.0050 ext 101

 

Atlanta, GA - January 10, 2015 - Cearah Hamilton, Miss Black US Ambassador, will make a stop on her US/International Media Tour in Oklahoma City, January 14, 2015. She is scheduled to make several appearances. On Thursday, January 15, Cearah will speak at local schools to empower youth, and then will appear at local radio and television stations before heading to crown Miss Black Teen Oklahoma US Ambassador and Miss Black Oklahoma US Ambassador 2015 at DC Film Row. The event will include a special appearance by Consul General Randy Rolle of the Atlanta Bahamas Consulate. Consul General Rolle is joining Cearah on her stop to Oklahoma City, to speak to several Bahamian students in the area, promote the first ever Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival Celebration taking place this spring in the Bahamas as well as show his support and partnership with the Miss Black US Ambassador Scholarship Program. On January 16, Cearah will conclude her trip and travel to Tulsa with a visit to the Greenwood Cultural Center and Museum in the Historical Greenwood District.

The Miss Black US Ambassador and Miss Black Teen US Ambassador Scholarship Pageant LLC, exists to provide once in a lifetime opportunities for young African American women to serve as ambassadors of change and to encourage, empower and enlighten, communities, states and nations. These young women are rising voices in the community who seek to make a difference by providing educational forums and events that focus on health disparities, poverty, violence and major issues plaguing the African American community. They are role models, not only to young African American women, but to women around the world. These young women are more than pretty faces, and the program is more than a competition. It’s a program that gives 365 days of support and resources to communities in need. The program is a platform for today’s savvy, smart and aware, young women of color to express their viewpoints, extraordinary talents and accomplishments to the national public, while offering scholarships opportunities to further education.

For more information on the media tour please contact admin@thembusam.com or call 678-367-0050.

                                                                                                                                             ###

For more information, visit: www.thembusam.com; Facebook: www.facebook.com/MissBlackUSAmbassador; Instagram: @mbusam_pageant

PR Contact:

Patrice Harrison, Founder & Chief Executive Officer 

E: Patrice.Harrison@thembusam.com

T: 678.367.0050 ext 101

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