Suzi Roberts
 

Sponsor Miss Columbia

on the

Road to Miss America!

On this page you will find several ways that you can help Miss Columbia to become your next Miss South Carolina! Read about each opportunity and choose which method will best showcase your support! 

Pinwheels for Prevention Project

Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Donations

Miss South Carolina Ad Page & Named Sponsor Programs

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Pinwheels

for

Prevention

 

Prevent Child Abuse America designated the pinwheel as the national symbol for child abuse prevention. By its very nature, the pinwheel connotes whimsy and childlike notions. In essence, it has come to serve as the physical embodiment and reminder of the safe and happy childhoods we want for all children. Throughout the month of April (Child Abuse Prevention Month), we honor the children facing these struggles by planting pinwheel gardens in public places. This is a unique opportunity to spread awareness and spark conversations so that members of our community can learn more about the effects of child abuse and how they can help to support meaningful change.  

Proceeds for this program benefit the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, SuziStands4Kids, Children’s Trust of South Carolina and the Miss South Carolina Scholarship Organization. If you are interested in purchasing a pinwheel garden complete the order form provided prior to April 1, 2017. If you would like to pay by cash or check, contact me directly and I will be more than willing to accommodate.

Gardens can be mailed to you for self set up or delivered personally to be set up by Miss Columbia and/or her Palmetto Princesses. Many organizations choose to make an event out of planting the gardens. For example: this is a perfect activity for teachers to take an opportunity to discuss the importance of community service!

 

 

 

Pinwheels for prevention donors

Marcus lattimore

Representative Lee Hewitt 

Mariah Johnson- Re/max southern shores

Optimist Club of St. Andrews

Stuart Stout

Ione Cockrell

Gary Roberts

Lindsay Sellers

Wayne Roberts

Wallace Roberts

Marvie Collins

Chris Gaddy

Phillip Brady- RE/MAX Town & Country

Robin and David Hays

Jill Caines- RE/MAX Town & Country

Derrick and Alyson Mabe

Anonymous

Troi Kaz- Better Homes & Gardens (Elliott Coastal Living)

Elliott & Phelan Law

Harriett, Stoney & Lydia Miller

Stephanie & David Hutchinson

Donna Millen- Crosscountry Mortgage

Meri Goff

Gina Covington 

Wendy Connelly

Rhonda Marchant

Susan Barnes

Emmalee Robbins

Carol Kirkland

Hiliarie Covington

Kerri Staeck

Connie Watts

Miranda Mullican- LulaRoe Room

Jill Messer

 

 

 

Keep an eye out for gardens at these locations soon!

Family Justice Center- Georgetown, SC

Irmo High School- Columbia, SC

Ione Financial Partners- Columbia, SC

Jennie Moore Elementary- Charleston, SC

Galloway & Moseley Fine Jewlers- Sumter, SC

Palmetto Oyster House- Sumter, SC

Jet-vac- Sumter, SC

Fortiline Waterworks- Columbia, SC

Fortiline Waterworks- Lexington, SC

Chris Gaddy, Fortiline Waterworks- Sumter, SC

Freed School of Performing Arts- Sumter, SC

The Flight Deck- Lexington, SC

R.E. Davis Elementary School- Sumter, SC

Batesburg Insurance- Batesburg, SC

Kensington Elementary School- Georgetown, SC

Waccamaw High School- Pawleys Island, SC

Holy Cross Faith Memorial- Pawleys Island, SC

Chappel, Smith & Arden Law- Columbia, sC

Waccamaw Middle School- Pawleys Island, SC

Teach My People- Pawleys Island, SC

Publico- Columbia, SC

Chapin High School- Chapin, SC

Simmons Plastic Surgery- Lexington, SC

Central Carolina Performing Arts Center- Batesburg, SC

Waccamaw Elementary School- Pawleys Island, SC

 

Children's Miracle

Network Hospitals

The Miss America Organization has partnered with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals to raise funds and awareness for children’s hospitals throughout the United States. Each new Miss America becomes the national goodwill ambassador for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, speaking on behalf of kids treated at children’s hospitals and raising awareness around the country. It’s just another way the Miss America Organization helps young women leave a legacy of service, scholarship, and support. Supporting children’s hospitals is a community effort and as a local ambassador, I need your help. Because funds donated to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals stay in the community, when you donate you’re helping kids near you—maybe even the children in your own life.  The designated hospital for Miss Columbia is Palmetto Health Children's Hospital.

The money I raise will help save children’s lives & a portion will also go to support the Miss America Scholarship Fund. These funds touch the lives of sick & injured children by paying for things insurance items will not cover like the Beads of Courage Program, special equipment, art supplies, toys and child specialists to help keep children happy and brave during their hospital stay. Keep an eye on social media as well as the events page so that you don't miss your chance to attend one of Miss Columbia's CMN miracle events! If you would like to partner with Miss Columbia for a CMNH fundraising event contact her directly at MissColumbia2017@gmail.com. Common events include profit shares with restaurants, auctions and t-shirt sales among many others. Click the donation button below to see a list of items you can purchase to help your local hospital give more miracles! You can also donate directly to CMN via this link http://missamericaforkids.org/Donate/SuziRoberts!

Meet South Carolina's

Miracle Child

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Zion

Medical University of South Carolina Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital

Zion can capture attention with his trademark smile. With a constantly positive attitude — even when in excruciating pain from the sickle cell disease he bravely battles — he lights up the room with his warm personality.

Affectionately known by his friends and neighbors as “the Mayor,” Zion experiences ongoing episodes of sickle cell crisis, causing him to be hospitalized for IV pain management and IV fluids. It’s while he is undergoing these treatments that his true colors show through the most. The hospital staff and fellow patients often remark how his optimistic attitude rarely waivers.

Zion has a service-focused heart, finding joy through supporting his hospital’s fundraisers and going door-to-door in his neighborhood, in search of someone needing help with chores so he can donate his time.

Zion knows this is a life-long condition and works to make the best of it, armed with a better perspective than most on where true happiness begins.

CMN Hospitals donations support the pediatric cancer and blood disorders program for recruitment of top physicians, while also supporting research that benefits Zion and enhances his treatment plans. 

Miss South Carolina

Sponsorship

Opportunities

Sponsoring Miss Columbia on her road to Miss America benefits the Miss South Carolina Scholarship Organization fund. What most people do not realize is that the Miss America Organization (as well as its state and local affiliates) is the largest provider of college scholarships to women in the world. By purchasing an ad page in the Miss South Carolina program book or a named sponsorship not only will you be helping Miss Columbia to get one step closer to competing on the Miss America stage, but you will also be helping to fund the education of South Carolina's most outstanding young women. For pricing contact Suzi directly at MissColumbia2017@gmail.com. 


Read more

about these

opportunities: 

 

Named Sponsorships

Tips:
  1. Partial Trade Outs Are Negotiable
  2. If you would like to be a named sponsor but do not plan to attend the pageant, tickets can be donated for use by family and friends. (Pageant dates: June 20-24)
  3. The Green Room: A hospitality area with refreshments and hors d’oeuvres during each night of competition.
  4. Tickets are expensive and sponsorships packages are often a better deal

Bronze

Donor Recognition in Miss SC Program, Block Seating Available in the Township Auditorium, (2) Program Books and Green Room Passes

Silver

1 Full page B&W Ad, Recognition from Stage During Competition, (4) Tickets Each Night, Program Books, Green Room Passes

Gold

1 Full Page Color AD, Recognition from stage during competition, (4) Tickets Each Night, Program books, Green Room Passes, 1 Free appearance by the Newly Crowned Miss SC or Miss SC Teen

Platinum

2 Full Page Color Ads, Recognition from Stage During Competition, (4) Tickets Each Night, Program Books, Green Room Passes, 2 Free Appearance by the Newly Crowned Miss SC or Miss SC Teen

Diamond

 3 Full page Color Ads, Website Link on ww.miss-sc.org ● Table in the Lobby of the Township, Auditorium During Pageant Week ● Nightly Recognition from Stage During Competition, (8) Tickets Each Night, Program Books, Green Room Passes, 3 Free Appearance by the Newly Crowned Miss SC or Miss SC Teenm, Special VIP Table for 8 table in Front with Complimentary Champagne, Table for 10 at the Miss SC Gala on Friday night 

 

    Ad Page Program

    Options:

    Full Page Black and White

    Full Page Color

    Sponsored ad pages are a great way for Miss South Carolina contestants to share their story as well as more about the community that supports them. Miss America rules only allocate 9 1/2 minutes to speak with the judges in a press conference style personal interview. Even with onstage competition a contestant only has about 15 minutes to convince a group of strangers she can do the job. Seeing as it's almost impossible to learn everything about someone in that amount of time, the judge's panel often uses these pages to get to know a young woman better when deciding whether or not she is ready to take on the immense role of Miss South Carolina and represent well at the Miss America Pageant.

    I enjoy working with my sponsors one on one to design creative pages that highlight mutual beliefs, important ideas or details of my story that relate to that sponsor. I love hearing what members of my community want to see in their Miss South Carolina & being challenged to uphold those qualities that have led individuals to support me on this journey. 

    Examples:

    • A successful business woman from my hometown once sponsored a page with a "women supporting women" theme.

    • A close family friend who played a large role in helping me to grow my faith sponsored a page featuring one of our favorite bible verses.

     

    *In addition to an ad page in the Miss SC program book, this sponsorship will include “sponsor spotlights” on my Facebook page and website. Partial trade outs are negotiable for businesses offering services that aid in pageant preparation. Multiple businesses have to opportunity collaborate by contributing to one “community page". Contact me to discuss prices and options!