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Ambre Isaacs of Boone County is crowned 2019 Classic American Miss Miss National Miss

The Classic American Miss National Scholarship Pageant crowned the 2019 national titleholders in Louisville. Nineteen-year-old Ambre Isaacs of Boone County was crowned as the 2019 Classic American Miss National Miss.

She will spend her year representing Classic American Miss at a variety of appearances and service-oriented events.

Miss Isaacs is the daughter of Nathan and Michelle Isaacs.

She is a sophomore at Thomas More University in Crestview Hills where she is majoring in business. Ambre is very active on campus. She’s a Saints cheerleader, social chair for the Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society, a member of the student activities board & a guide for first-year students.

She enjoys gardening, singing, baking & spending time with her family.
 
National Director, Sarah Wise, said, “We are extremely proud of the accomplishments of all of our state delegates, and especially our newly crowned queens. They represent several different states and bring a wide variety of experiences and ideas that will only help to improve the Classic American Miss Organization. I look forward to working with these ladies over the next year at a number of service events.”
 
The 2020 Classic American Miss National Scholarship Pageant will take place at the Radisson Louisville North over the dates of August 30-September 1, 2019. The candidates vying for the titles of 2020 Classic American Miss will compete in four distinct categories of judging: Interview, On-Stage Introduction, Fashion Wear Modeling, and Formal Wear.
 
For more information on the Classic American Miss Organization, visit the website.
 

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