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People’s Choice Awards 2019

People’s Choice Awards

How it works

The People’s Choice Award goes to the contestant with the most online votes and votes during the crowning ceremony. Each vote is $1 and all proceeds go towards Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee’s travel expenses and toward her national entry fee. 

* Voting closes September 29th at 12:00 PM!






Our Mission

The mission of the Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee organization is to recognize the accomplishments and achievements of women who use wheelchairs for 100% of community mobility. This organization also advocates for and with people with disabilities and educates the public on issues involving people with disabilities.

Coordinators and Volunteers Wanted!

Just posted! We are looking for coordinators and volunteers to help us start planning and collecting sponsors for the next Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee pageant. Our next pageant will be in March 2013, the location is yet to be determined. We are looking for volunteers throughout the State, as most volunteer work can be done at home or in your immediate geographic area. If you are interested in volunteering, please use the link below to apply.

We are also searching for a Little Miss coordinator to manage the Little Miss category of the pageant. If you are great with kids, creative, and have a lot of energy, we could use your help.

Check out the newly listed coordinator and volunteer positions! Apply for coordinator and volunteer positions

Entry Fees

Contestants typically obtain sponsors to cover the entry fee. Obtaining sponsorship and fundraising is a component of the Ms. Wheelchair America competition. Most contestants are sponsored by family, friends, co-workers, schools, and local businesses. Entry fees help pay for the cost of the competition and include the contestant’s hotel stay, parking, and lunch for she and her companion. All sponsors will be listed in the ceremony program.

Entry fees can be mailed to Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee, P.O. Box 156 Harrison, TN 37341

Eligibility Requirements

Ms. Wheelchair Tennessee

  • U.S. Citizen
  • women ages 21 and up
  • must use wheelchair for 100% of activities performed outside the home
  • resident of Tennessee for a minimum of 6 months before the competition
  • possess good moral character
  • able to travel throughout the State and to national Ms. Wheelchair America pageant
  • able to find sponsors
  • marital status is not a consideration
  • have not previously competed in the Ms. Wheelchair America pageant