Miss Dallas, U.S. 2012 Launches Campaign, “Bringing Out Beauty in Texas,” by Volunteering at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

3 Oct


Newly Crowned Beauty Queen, Nazlie Mojiri, Announces the Launch of Her Campaign, “Bringing Out Beauty in Texas,” A Campaign Driven Towards Raising Awareness and Funds with a Series of Events and Projects to Motivate the Community to Unite with Confidence to Build a More Beautiful Texas.

Dallas, TX, Sept. 9, 2011 /Krista Kelley PR/ – – This week, Dallas’ own, Nazlie Mojiri, recently crowned Miss Dallas U.S. 2012, launched her campaign, “Bringing Out Beauty in Texas.” The title holder’s campaign is centered on children and the community. She has several upcoming events and activities planned that aim to build teamwork, confidence, awareness, and acceptance, while empowering others-especially children, to make an impact in their community.

Initiating her campaign on Sept. 6, 2011, Miss Dallas U.S. 2012 led a patient activity at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas, Texas, where she warmed the hearts of a group of children undergoing treatment with a day of arts and crafts. The beauty queen worked hands on with each child, helping them create a one-of-a-kind, textured vase filled with brightly colored flowers. Using a combination of strategically placed masking tape and old-fashioned, tin can shoe polish, the patients turned clear plastic bottles into finely crafted, “leather-like” textured vases, customized for their special bouquet of flowers. With busy hands crafting and little mouths chatting, amongst the patience, they were able to take their mind off of their current medical treatment to enjoy a unique, kid-friendly craft with a local celebrity. Miss Dallas was not the only one flashing a winning smile that day, as one-on-one time with the crown holder, was the prescription for ear-to-ear grins from the patients.

Miss Dallas U.S. 2012 proudly announces, “Beauty comes in various forms and fashions. I’m passionate about making a difference in the community and in the lives of children. I want to give the eyes and ears of Texas something different to behold and appreciate.” Off to a great start, Miss Dallas U.S. 2012 has an agenda filled with appearances, meet and greets, civic leader meetings, fund raising events, and charitable projects-all part of her campaign, “Bringing Out Beauty in Texas.”

For More Information Regarding Miss Dallas U.S. 2012 and Her Campaign, Please Contact:

Krista Kelley PR, LLC.

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Editor’s Notes:
Nazlie Mojiri was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. After fourteen years of competitive figure skating, the Texas Native became an ice girl for the Dallas Stars National Hockey League for two consecutive years. The avid sports enthusiast landed an internship with Fox Sports Southwest. As a senior at the Southern Methodist University, Nazlie is pursuing a degree in television and film. Acting as ambassador for USAFRICA Superstar, a charity showcasing talents for humanity, allows Nazlie to extend aid and awareness for children in Africa, too. Taking part in activities with the patients at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, Nazlie continues to help children in Texas. No Stranger to the spotlight, Ms. Mojiri reflects her Texas pride through her commitment to represent her state in numerous pageants. Crowned Miss Frisco 2009, Miss Plano 2010, and now Miss Dallas United States 2012, Nazlie will proceed to represent her city as she prepares to compete in the Miss Texas USA pageant this Fall.

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