International Beauty Pageant Winner Selects Winning Evening Gown Online
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 10, 2009 -- Two recent beauty pageant winners won pageant competitions in evening gowns purchased from PromGirl.com, an online retailer of formal dresses. The competitions included the Delaware state finals of the Miss American's Outstanding Teen, won by Danielle Marshall, and Miss Teen Galaxy International pageant, won by Emma McInnes. Both girls won their pageants competing in evening dresses selected from PromGirl.com's huge selection of formal dresses.
Danielle Marshall, who earned the title of Miss Delaware's Outstanding Teen 2009 and recently competed in the national Miss Outstanding Teen Competition in Orlando, Florida, wore a dress purchased through PromGirl.com for her state competition. The Miss America's Outstanding Teen pageant promotes scholastic achievement, creative accomplishment, healthy living and community involvement for America's teens and is a sister event to the venerable Miss America pageant.
Another pageant winner in a dress from PromGirl.com was Emma McInnes, who won the Miss Teen Galaxy International in Tampa, Florida in July. She hails from Scotland and was the first UK girl ever to win the title and the first Scottish girl to win an International title in over 20 years. In addition to winning the overall title, Emma won "Best Evening Wear" in an ivory strapless gown by Bari Jay ordered online from PromGirl.com. Emma selected her gown online, and PromGirl.com shipped it to her home in Scotland prior to the competition.
Commenting on these recent wins, David Wilkenfeld, President of PromGirl, com noted that: "We are delighted that these girls chose to select dresses from PromGirl.com. It is important for young women, competing in a pageant, to project confidence and style. Having made their choices from hundreds of dresses available online at PromGirl.com, pageant contestants such as these girls can feel assured that they have selected an evening dress that conveys their personal style."