There's a new kind of pageant in town proving that beauty is more than skin-deep
“It's very different than a typical pageant. We help girls build confidence in a supportive environment through the skills of pageantry.”
Illinois Miss Amazing's Summer Nagele starts a "Be Someone's Hero Day"! In her interview with CBS in cenetral Illinois, she said "I started this day, because I know that everyone needs a hero. I would like everybody to be a hero when other people need one."
"There is no swimsuit portion, not a whiff of competitiveness. Instead, Miss Amazing is all about self-confidence, celebrating individuality, and giving girls and women with disabilities the chance to shine."
"What keeps me going, what keeps me inspired, are the girls who just completely transform, or have that nice moment to realize their abilities instead of their disabilities."
Watch Jordan Somer, CEO of Miss Amazing, Inc., in her interview with Kathee Lee and Hoda on NBC's Today show.