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A Magazine Alive
Editor-In-Chief:
Laurie S. Schechter
"World's First Vogue Style Editor"
copyright 2003
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Hotels, with their Casino setting, just steps from the Boardwalk -- like the famous
Bally's, Caesar's, Harrah's, and the Trump Plaza, have been motivated to up their
offerings to compete with hip newcomers like the Borgata - Most which also attracks
gambling enthusiasts from every Country, all year round. Sounds like you have A
Vacation Place to go to. Might even be a Holiday Outing.
Very Special Thanks to
Miss America, the Miss America Contestants, Donald Trump, and the Atlantic City
Convention & Visitors Authority.
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The MagaZine
Looking For
America ...
Miss America
The Crowning of
Miss America
2004
Miss America 2004
is Miss Florida,
the beautiful Ericka
Dunlap.
Ericka
may have thought
her grandest
accomplishment
was singing
Country Music at
the Grand Ole Opry
... UNTIL now.
Winning the Miss
America crown is a
dream. Can it come
true ? It did.
Miss Ericka Dunlap, through her platform Celebrating Cultural Diversity and
Inclusiveness, hopes to implement a national Cultural Education Program into
American schools. She descibes herself as Original, Family Oriented, and Tenacious.
Below is the
"official" Crown pin.
First
Runner-Up.
From the
State of
Hawaii
Kanoelani
Gibson
Second
Runner-Up.
From the
State of
Wisconsin
Tina
Sauerhammer,
M.D.
Miss
America
2004
Ericka
Dunlap
photo credit:
Miss America
(Miss America.org)
The sights we see, Clockwise. At right is the
entranceway to Altantic City which features a
laser lighthouse. Bottom right is the Atlantic City
Boardwalk Hall - home of the Miss America Pageant,
championship boxing, concerts, professional ice
hockey, and many other events. Bottom left are the
lucky 7's at the Sands Hotel Casino. And immediately
below (top left) are the White Wild Horses in the
Courtyard of Caesar's. Photographs courtesy of the
Atlantic City Convention Visitors Authority. For more
information you can contact them at 1-888-AC-VISIT.
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