Candiace Dillard Crowned Miss United States 2013

Candiace Dillard was crowned Miss United States 2013 at the conclusion of the pageant held on July 2-7, 2013 at the at the Spinx Club/Crystal City Marriott in Washington, DC.
At the time of crowning Miss United States, Candiace is the reining Miss District of Columbia United States 2013.

Miss United States 2013 Candiace Dillard

Miss United States 2013 Candiace Dillard

Candiace is 26 years old and resides in the District of Columbia. Candiace was the winner of Miss Capitol City United States 2013 and she was the first runner-up of Miss District of Columbia USA 2012.

Candiace Dillard, Miss United States 2013

Candiace Dillard, Miss DC United States 2013

As the Miss United States winner, Candiace travels across the country during her reign, in partnership with the American Cancer Society as a Good-Will Ambassador.

At the same event, other titles were crowned, they are:
– Miss United States- Candiace Dillard (District of Columbia)
– Ms. United States- Jennifer Jones (North Carolina)
– Miss Teen United States- Lexe Richardson (Arizona)
– Miss Jr. Teen United States- Savanna Rae Brown (South Carolina)
– Miss Pre-Teen United States- Haley Hood (Tennessee)
– Little Miss United States- Olivia Travis (West Virginia).

Ms. United States 2013 Jennifer Jones

Ms. United States 2013 Jennifer Jones

Miss Jr. Teen United States 2013 Savanna Rae Brown

Miss Jr. Teen United States 2013 Savanna Rae Brown

Miss Teen United States 2013 Lexe Richardson

Miss Teen United States 2013 Lexe Richardson

The Miss United States pageant is a beauty contest held in the United States for young women between the ages of 20-29. The pageant started in 1937. The federal trademark and management has been held since its inception by the Mrs. United States Inc. of New York’s owner Isabella Ilaqua.
In addition to Miss United States, younger contestants from every state vied for the titles of Miss Teen United States who are ages 16 – 19, Miss Jr. Teen United States who are ages 13 – 15, as well as women ages 25 – 55 who competed for the title of Ms. United States (a division allowing women to compete who are divorced, widowed, and/or have given birth) and were honored to be asked to march in the 4th of July Parade at the nation’s capital. The program was also broadcasted through televised syndication.

Chris Wilmer, Miss United States National Director, has been a pageant producer, fashion show producer, and production director for many organizations for years. He was also fashion editor for “V” Magazine and is a former model and actor. Chris has launched and developed several non-profit organizations and continues to be an active member in his community and in pageantry with fundraising for charitable organizations. Chris took over as national director for the Miss United States Organization in 2012.

The organization has formed a close partnership with the non-profit cancer organization Relay For Life.

Photo credit: Todd Ward and Brad Lovell, courtesy of Miss United States Organization.

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