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"The Mrs. America title has given me a microphone that the entire nation can hear. As Mrs. America, I am able to bring awareness to causes that I truly believe in." Said Brooklyn Rivera
DALLAS, TX, September 23, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Mrs. Texas, Brooklyn Rivera was crowned Mrs. America 2021 March 27, 2021 at Westgate Resort in Las Vegas, NV. Having only competed in two MRS pageants prior to being crowned Mrs. America, Brooklyn is honored to hold such a prestigious and sought-after title. The first runner-up was Mrs. Indiana, and Second runner-up was Mrs. Tennessee. Using the online Social Media outlets, the 2021 Mrs. America Competition was broadcast live on Pay Per View LIVESTREAM.
Brooklyn's triumphant walk across the stage was just the beginning of a journey that will take her to every corner of the country during her year of service as Mrs. America 2021 and bringing awareness to her platform of advocating for programs focused on military mental health and helping keep our Veteran heroes alive.
Most recently Brooklyn became QPR certified with the 22KILL organization, which is a suicide prevention course to help not only her family members but her surrounding community.
Brooklyn has been modeling, acting, singing, and dancing for nearly 15 years. She is a proud former NHL Tampa Bay Lightning Girl and 3-time ECHL Allen Americans Ice Angel. Brooklyn has been seen on TNT hit series DALLAS, was a featured episode guest on the national Dr. Phil show and has done countless news segments and e-commerce brand promotions.
Brooklyn spends her time being a wife to Marine Corps Veteran Eddie, a bonus mom to active duty Marine Kage and has three younger children Rhema (9), Kameron (4) and Maverick (3). She also is the Operations Manager for a successful e-commerce boutique, Typically Blush, a contemporary size inclusive women's clothing company. When she is not busy organizing photoshoots or counting inventory, Brooklyn enjoys speaking at empowerment workshops for young girls and using her former Childbirth Education credentials to help her family and friends welcome their newborns into the world.
Each year, 51 delegates (all U.S. states and the District of Columbia,) compete for the coveted title. Imitated but never duplicated, "MRS. AMERICA". It remains the first, and still the foremost competition for married women! This renowned national competition is devoted to emphasizing that America's 70 million married woman are extraordinarily beautiful, poised, articulate and versatile. Each of the 51 contestants, ranging in age from the 20 to 65, earns the right to participate in the national event by winning her state competition.
For more information on the Mrs. Texas pageant visit www.MrsTexas.net.
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