Jamie O’Neill of Oregon Crowned Mrs. Petite USA 2013

Reigning Mrs. Oregon Petite Jamie O’Neill was crowned Mrs. USA Petite 2013 on August 18th, 2013 at the Worldgate Resort in Kissimmee Florida. Jamie of Portland, Oregon also received the Photogenic award. Jamie is a wife, mother and CEO of a local cosmetics company in the Portland area. She has been a makeup artist for 15 years and also owns a laser spa in Northwest Portland. Jamie is no stranger to the pageant community having served on the board for Miss Washington County Scholarship Program which is an official preliminary for the Miss Oregon America Pageant. Jamie’s platform is Look Good Feel Better, a non-medical, brand-neutral public service program that teaches beauty techniques to cancer patients to help them manage the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment.With her crown Jamie plans to further educate the community on her platform and continue volunteering within the community.

Jamie O'Neill was crowned the title of Mrs. Petite USA 2013

Jamie O’Neill was crowned the title of Mrs. Petite USA 2013

Jamie O'Neill reacted when she was announced the winner of Mrs. Petite USA 2013

Jamie O’Neill reacted when she was announced the winner of Mrs. Petite USA 2013

Jamie O’Neill’s court includes: 1st runner up Mrs. Hawaii Peggy Hartbottle and 2nd runner up Mrs. Tennessee Alejandra Cifuentes.

At the same event, also crowned in the Miss, Teen & MS. Divisions are:

USA Petite Teen ~ Natalie Crudge
USA Petite Miss ~ Melanie Newman
USA Petite Ms. ~ Juli Goldstein

The winners will go on to represent the USA at the Universal Petite Pageant next summer. The location of the Universal Pageant is yet to be determined.

The USA Petite Pageant is designated especially for the Petite Beauty, 5’6 feet or less. The focus of the USA Petite Pageant is to appreciate the beauty within our petite women in the United States by offering them opportunities and special recognitions upon their participation.Our areas of competition include swimsuit/fashion wear, evening gown, judge interview, and on-stage question.

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