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Miss Hoosier Heartland & Miss Tippecanoe

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    Miss Hoosier Heartland & Miss Tippecanoe 2023

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Rules of Miss Hoosier Heartland & Miss Tippecanoe

  • Are you allowed to be married?

    No

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  • Are you allowed to have kids?

    No

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  • Who is allowed to compete?

    Female

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  • What are the phases of competition?

    Talent, Swimsuit/Fitness, Interview, Evening Gown

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Staff of Miss Hoosier Heartland & Miss Tippecanoe

  • staff member

    Evan Elliott

    Director/Producer, 2023 - Present

    Evan is an experienced coach, director, producer, and real estate executive who is excited to begin his first year as a local director for MAO! Previously, he judged the Miss IU competition and coached both MAO and Miss USA candidates in interview.

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    Chase Elliott

    Stage Manager, 2023 - Present

    Chase is excited to join his brother, Evan, to keep competition operations running smoothly. As Chief of Staff for a large private capital firm, he's an expert at creating efficiency. This is his first year with the Miss America Organization!

About Miss Hoosier Heartland & Miss Tippecanoe

Miss Hoosier Heartland & Miss Tippecanoe (and Outstanding Teen) are official preliminary competitions to Miss Indiana & Miss Indiana Outstanding Teen. Each year, four winners are chosen (2 Miss and 2 Teens) to represent Miss Hoosier Heartland & Miss Tippecanoe. Titleholders also have the opportunity to represent their local cities throughout their reign and receive a prize package selected by the competition directors.

All candidates for Miss must participate in four areas of competition: private panel interview with the judges, talent, evening gown and onstage question. Women who live in Indiana and who are older than 17 years of age and younger than 28 years of age are eligible to compete. Additionally, contestants must never have been married or given birth to a child.

All candidates for Outstanding Teen must participate in four areas of competition: private panel interview with the judges, talent, fitness, and onstage question. If you live in Indiana and are between the ages of 14 and 17, you are eligible to compete.
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