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April 6,2016 Count Rupert von Count
Founder,Miss All-World Pageant
MISSALL-WORLD OF TOMORROW TOUR TO RUN APRIL-OCTOBER
NewYork-based pageant plans six-month tour of cities across the UnitedStates
NEW YORK — The Miss All-World Pageant today announced a six-month“Miss All-World of Tomorrow Tour” to run from Apr. 30, 2016through Oct. 31, 2016 in cities across the United States.
"It givesme great satisfaction to contemplate the great success we have had sofar in organizing for the Miss All-World Tomorrow Tour," saidCount Rupert von Count, founder of Miss All-World Pageant. "Ilook forward to visiting cities across the country as we endeavor topromote enrollment in the All-World Academy."
The MissAll-World Pageant recently announced Carmen Sandiego as its inauguralwinner. As part of her prize, Sandiego received $1 million from MAPAFoundation so as to support charitable projects in her nativeArgentina. Her flagship project is the special school referred to asthe “All-World Academy.”
"I ameager to embark on the tour and speak to girls across the UnitedStates about the All-World Academy," said Sandiego. "I hopeto inspire the young girls from disadvantaged backgrounds to considerenrollment in the school as we anticipate the official opening infall 2017."
During thesix-month tour, Sandiego will visit girls’ schools, junior beautypageants, dance academies, malls, and other locations. She aims toinspire the Miss All-Worlds of tomorrow with her story of resilienceand success against all odds.
"I wouldlike to thank Count von Count and the pageant for allowing me toaccompany Ms. Sandiego on the tour," said Esmerelda Hogsback,the first runner-up from Canada. "It is a grand privilege for meto be involved in drumming up support for the All-World Academy."
Hogsback willjoin Sandiego on the tour. She will have the opportunity to introduceSandiego in all the speeches she makes at both small and largegatherings.
Visitwww.missallworld.comfor additional information and a schedule of all planned visitsduring the six-month tour.