About The Miss Florida for America Pageant

The Mrs. America organization has a rich history dating back as far as 1938. This renowned national competition has won numerous pageantry awards and is recognized as the premier MRS pageant. The organization epitomizes excellence, celebrates family values and professionalism, and honors the beautiful, poised, articulate, women that are "America's greatest natural resource-the contemporary married woman" (David Marmel, President of Mrs. America).

Now the organization has added a new title "Miss for America". The National competition will coincide with the Mrs. America pageant in Las Vegas on the legendary Elvis Presley stage. Miss for America seeks to celebrate the unmarried woman who has obtained personal, professional, and community achievements.

The inaugural Miss Florida for America pageant will coincide with our Mrs. Florida America pageant May 18-19th at Westgate Resorts in Orlando. The winner will receive an all-expense paid trip, including airfare, to compete at Nationals.

The qualifications for Miss Florida for America:

• Must be 18 or older.
• Must be single at the time of the Miss Florida for America Pageant
(Never Married, Divorced, Widowed, Legally Separated with or without children).
• Must live in the State of Florida

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2020 Mrs. Florida America Pageant

May 2-3, 2020

Ladies & Gentlemen~

As a former Mrs. Florida-America myself, I am looking forward to the crowning of this year’s new Mrs. Florida-America with a great deal of excitement! The events leading up to the pageant, and that special evening, will create memories that will last a lifetime for everyone involved. The winner will have wonderful opportunities to promote the State of Florida as well as the businesses and charities she represents.

I accepted the opportunity as Director in 2008 with a strong sense of commitment and devotion. My objective for this pageant is for all contestants to feel honored to be a part of this grand event. I am eager to give these women the same opportunity I received to meet other strong, successful, beautiful married women across the State. The Mrs. Florida-America Committee and I are especially proud of the friendships that are being forged between the contestants during this time. All of these women are winners in my eyes and I wish I could crown them all!”

- Jacqueline Siegel