U.S. Army Soldier Vying for Miss America Title-On 100 Year Anniversary of Competition – Interview
ARMY SOLDIER COMPETING TO CONTINUE HER PATH OF SERVICE AS MISS AMERICA 2021!
Miss America Marks its 100 Year Anniversary This Year
Miss America is an iconic institution at the center of everything from national trends to social movements and the competition is marking its 100th anniversary this year. The highly-publicized TV event showcases representatives from every U.S. state and D.C., vying for the crowning achievement of “Miss America.”
This year, not one, but two Army Soldiers will be among those competing for the crown. The reigning Miss Idaho, Spc. Ayris Torres and reigning Miss Colorado, Spc. Maura Spence-Carroll, will put their leadership, passions, and talents on display at the competition on December 16th.
The Army and Miss America Organization
are both committed to fostering the growth, confidence, and service-oriented paths in our country’s talented young adults. Soldiers, and Miss America participants alike, leverage their influence to make a difference in people’s lives, inspire others’ voices, and create positive change in the world around them.
It should come as no surprise that the leaderships skills, work ethic, and teamwork instilled in Soldiers, mirror that among Miss America participants.
Both participants are proof that the Army helps Soldiers promote their purpose and potential by providing endless opportunities for Soldiers to use their unique skills and talents both in and out of uniform.
Join me in a recent interview with Spc. Ayris Torres. (Miss Idoho)
as she is available to speak about her personal backgrounds, Miss America, and how her Army experiences has helped her achieve her dreams.
Listen to the entire interview here.
For more information, go to www.goarmy.com.
*Photo courtesy of Miss Idaho, Spc. Ayris Torres
*Interview is courtesy: U.S. Army