Online voting for Miss SC, Teen Miss hopefuls opens
Online voting is open for the 2013 Miss South Carolina and Miss South Carolina Teen People’s Choice Awards, with supporters of Loris Bog-Off Festival pageant winners in the running.
Bog-Off Queen Emily Grey Wayne is in the Miss South Carolina competition, and Bog-Off Teen Allison Bratcher is seeking the Teen Miss South Carolina crown.
Loris has another daughter seeking the state title. Nicki Bratcher, who competed for Miss South Carolina in 2012 as the reigning Bog-Off Queen, is competing again this year as Miss Charleston.
Cast your ballot in the Miss South Carolina preliminary here.
Cast your ballot in the Teen Miss South Carolina preliminary here.
Voting is open to anyone, and vote totals will help determine semi-finalists in the 2013 Miss South Carolina and Miss South Carolina Teen Pageant.
In this competition, ballots are not free. Each vote costs $1, with contestants in both the Miss South Carolina and Teen Miss divisions earning the most votes automatically advancing into the top 16 on Saturday, June 13.
Online voting closes just before midnight on July 11, says Samantha Norris of Bog-Off sponsor the Loris Chamber of Commerce.
Children’s Miracle Network
Wayne is hosting a fundraiser at Buffalo Wild Wings in Gator Hole Plaza in North Myrtle Beach this week to raise funds for her charity, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
Show the ticket on your smartphone, available with this story online or on the Bog-Off or Chamber Facebook pages, or print the ticket out and show it and ten percent of all pre-tax food sales will be donated to an area Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.
“Eat Wings. Raise Funds. It Pays.” is the theme, Norris said.