An evening out for the Miss America contestants at the Pier Shops at Caesars

Attention: open in a new window. PrintE-mail

The 53 beautiful and talented women vying for the crown help Miss America Organization CEO Sam Haskell cut the ribbon officially opening the Miss America Store at the Pier Shops at Caesars. The 53 beautiful and talented women vying for the crown help Miss America Organization CEO Sam Haskell cut the ribbon officially opening the Miss America Store at the Pier Shops at Caesars.

ATLANTIC CITY – When you have friends in from out of town you take them to visit the sights, head out for some shopping and top the day off with a good meal.

The 53 Miss America hopefuls did just that Thursday, Sept. 5 with their visit to the Pier Shops at Caesars where the girls were welcomed for an evening of fine dining and shopping.

It took one giant pair of scissors, 53 beautiful and talented women along with Sam Haskell the CEO of Miss America to cut the ribbon heralding the opening of the Miss America Store, which celebrates Miss America's style and history in Atlantic City.

After the ribbon-cutting ceremony the ladies were transported to an ancient Chinese village at Stephen Starr’s Buddakan.

After dinner it was time for shopping. The contestants explored a wish list of shopping and fun Pier Shops activities including the Miss America Shop, the Water Show, sightseeing on the surf deck, and checking out the views overlooking the ocean from the comfort of one of the many Adirondack beach chairs. 

The Miss America contestants enjoy shopping in the newly opened Miss America Store in the Pier Shops at Caesars. The Miss America contestants enjoy shopping in the newly opened Miss America Store in the Pier Shops at Caesars.

 

 

After the ribbon cutting ceremony the ladies were transported to an ancient Chinese village at Stephen Starr’s Buddakan. After the ribbon cutting ceremony the ladies were transported to an ancient Chinese village at Stephen Starr’s Buddakan.

 


blog comments powered by Disqus