Hi Maureen and David, I wanted to thank both of you for the amazing experience at the pageant this weekend. I absolutely fell in love with this pageant and the committee! Thank you for making my first USA pageant simply fabulous. Thank you again, Jeni Maakad
I just want to Say a Huge Thank you to you all! The experiences Dejana gained far exceeded my expectations! She raved the whole 2 hours home about what an amazing time she had and the amazing girls she met! I can tell this whole experience has really boosted her confidence and she will be back to compete again! Thank you for doing what you do. Proud momma, Laura Ridens
Pageants NW Team, I cannot thank you all enough for another amazing pageant weekend! Your hard work and attention to detail is greatly appreciated and I have loved competing these last two years because of it. The Miss Montana USA Pageant has been an experience that has helped me grow in so many different ways from my confidence in interview to learning how to truly care for my body and mind.
Maureen and David; I sure miss emailing you guys. Thank you again for the memories you help us build and helping my Savannah and the other girls feel special and supported. I really appreciate it, and I know she does too. All your assistants and volunteers were very nice too. Your son added with his presence a special touch to the experience. I hope the rest of the pageant season goes smooth for all of you...What a nice and inspirational bunch we met there this weekend. Thank you 🙂 Zulma Fernandez (parent of Savannah Anderson)
Hi David and Maureen, I wanted to touch back with you and say how much I appreciated your phone call and comments. I take them all to heart. I am very thankful to have met you both, as well as your staff, who showed so much kindness to me through out the weekend. The contestants were all wonderful as well. The experience was a positive one for me...I've worked behind the scenes in many shows and events so I understand and appreciate the commitment to providing these opportunities for contestants. Always, Dani
Dear Maureen, I just wanted to send a quick email to thank you and all the PNW production staff. Everyone I connected with backstage and at the hotel were very calming and genuine people. I had so much fun at the pageant and truly can say I learned many valuable things from the weekend. The most important thing that I learned is to be more confident in myself and my capabilities. Even though I did not win, I left feeling as though I can do anything. The girls I met were so supportive and I hope to continue friendships with them for as long as time allows. Thanks again for all you do and I hope to see you next year!
Maureen, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for this weekend. Maddy is over the moon with the experience she had in the Miss Montana Teen USA pageant. I asked her what the most important thing was that she gained this weekend and she said, it was learning that everyone is an individual and that I should be myself and not follow the crowd! Wow! I have been saying that for years and you guys only had her for a weekend. Needless to say, she is planning to run next year but wants to be in charge of her own business! Please let me know when she should contact you! Thank you, Diane
I can't even begin to think of all the adjectives to describe how amazing this pageant was! Not only was this pageant life changing for me but I know all the other ladies will come out with a total new perspective. Thank you for having me and I'm so glad to have this new family! Love, Giavanna R. Lynch
Maureen, I hope you are relaxing after a busy weekend. I had many assumptions about how this pageant weekend would be and I am happy to say that the system you have created is unlike any other. My weekend was full of genuine, kind woman that believed in each other. You have created a place where young woman gain confidence, learn their worth, and are no longer afraid of believing in their wildest dreams. I hope you are SO proud of all you do for this world. Your kindness, hard work, and authenticity have not gone unnoticed. Thank you for being you. I hope our paths cross again. Enjoy this day, Grace Zitzer