Get ready for a sequined-filled evening of glamour, glitz, and a whole lot of camp: It’s Miss’d America 2017, The Greater Atlantic City GLBT Alliance’s signature event, hosted by Carson Kressley with Special Guest Frankie Z. Each year, the fabulous drag show features some of the country’s hottest talent competing for the coveted title of Miss’d America, all for a good cause: Since 1991, the primary purpose of the show has been to raise funds for charity, and to date they’ve made over $300,000 for the greater Atlantic City region’s LGBT organizations.
The fun starts at 8 PM when the contestants take The Event Center stage with Carson, The Melanie Rice Orchestra, Miss’d America Mimi Imfurst, and the Miss’d America Dancers. Make sure you stick around for the Miss’d America After Party, featuring DJ entertainment, drinks, and mingling with the ladies of the Miss’d America pageant.
$100 VIP table seating: includes beverage service and access to VIP After Party
$1200 Diamond Tiara table: includes Miss’d America bling, beverage service and access to VIP After Party
CALL 609.317.1138 to purchase VIP seating
The Greater Atlantic City GLBT Alliance and The Schultz-Hill Foundation in association with Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa continues its annual Pageantry in The Event Center at Borgata on Saturday, October 7. A not-to-be-missed entertainment event, Atlantic City’s annual drag show pageant is a spoof of the world-famous Miss America Pageant to raise funds for local charities. Proceeds from the 2017 Miss’d America Pageant will be equally divided between the Greater Atlantic City GLBT Alliance and the Shultz-Hill Foundation and then split among various charities.
The foundation is a 501(c)(3) formed in 2003. The Schultz-Hill Foundation has been established to promote and support the arts, history and education in South Jersey. In an effort to foster appreciation and awareness, one of the foundation’s primary goals is to provide educational scholarships, direct grants and funding. The foundation also provides the opportunity to nurture a given talent or simply broaden understanding of our world and social heritage. The foundation achieves its vision through close involvement with academia, and performing arts centers.
The Alliance is open to any business or person who is directly part of the GLBT or GLBT supportive community. The mission of the organization is to promote the economic, social and political advocacy of the GLBT and GLBT supportive Community of the greater Atlantic City region.
Whether traveling solo, as a couple, or in a group, OUT at Borgata offers LGBT travelers unique hotel packages, entertainment, and special events to experience all that Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa has to offer. Borgata’s commitment to the LGBT community doesn’t end with the resort experience – the property proudly supports diversity and embraces its Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender travel enthusiasts, team members, and friends by presenting a multi-tier approach to inclusivity, from creating a premier travel experience to ensuring a workplace that’s committed to providing equal employment for all team members. Borgata was named one of the “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality” in 2016 and 2017 after receiving a perfect score of 100 percent from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index.