Miss El Salvador USA 2009 Pageant Contestants Visit Marinello Schools of Beauty Campuses in City of Industry and Bell
Miss El Salvador USA 2009 Pageant Contestants Visit
Marinello Schools of Beauty Campuses in City of Industry and Bell
WHAT: 14 contestants in the Miss El Salvador USA 2009 Pageant will visit the Marinello campuses in City of Industry, CA and Bell, CA.
WHEN: City of Industry – Saturday, September 26 from 10am to 12pm Bell– Saturday, October 3, from 10am to 12pm
WHERE: Marinello Schools of Beauty
City of Industry Campus Bell Campus
1600 S. Azusa Ave, Ste 242 4210 Gage Ave
City of Industry, CA 91748 Bell, CA 90201
Campus Phone: 626.965.2532 323.560.2207
WHY: Marinello Schools of Beauty is the sponsor of the Miss El Salvador USA 2009 Pageant. The contestants will visit the campuses to meet the public and sign autographs.
VISUALS: Attractive Contestants, Beauty School Students, Members of Public, Beauty School Campus, Fun & Public Interaction.
INTERVIEWS: Opportunities to interview pageant contestants and organizers, Marinello students, staff and members of the public.
About Marinello Schools of Beauty: Defining beauty education since 1905, Marinello Schools of Beauty (www.marinello.com) is one of the premier beauty schools on the West Coast. Offering a variety of cosmetology and esthetics programs, Marinello’s “hands-on” approach to instruction allows for the most effective learning practices. With 41 convenient campus locations in California, Nevada, Utah, Oregon, and Arizona, Marinello also offers affordable spa and salon services performed by supervised Marinello students.
About the Miss El Salvador USA Pageant: One of the most important Latin beauty events in Los Angeles, the Miss El Salvador USA Pageant celebrates the beauty, sophistication and intelligence of Salvadoran women and the culture of El Salvador. The pageant showcases 14 young ladies between the ages of 15 to 24, of Salvadoran descent and living in the United States. From these, one winner will be selected to become a goodwill ambassador for the Salvadoran community in Los Angeles.
Archana Kaushal, Executive Director of Marketing