The first ever Miss Pacific Beach Contest will be held on September 14th at 7:00PM in Pacific Beach at PB Bar & Grill.
SAN DIEGO, CA, May 29, 2011 -- The first ever Miss Pacific Beach Contest will be held on September 14th at 7:00PM in Pacific Beach at PB Bar & Grill. According to Jim Lawlor, locally known as the PB Millionaire, the contest will be an annual event. Lawlor (see bio at: http://www.pbmillionairebio.com) is the producer and star of the upcoming PB Reality Show (http://www.pbreality.com), which is set to release next year. The Miss Pacific Beach Contest will be filmed as a part of his new TV show. “It is a behind-the-scenes look of the contest and all the drama the happens along the way - which makes for great TV, “ Lawlor says.
The event consists of a bikini contest but also includes a fashion show. However, it’s not all about physical beauty. The judges will base their decisions on the question and answer portion of the contest as well. “We are looking for someone who would well represent PB, which means they have to be intelligent, have a good personality and be of good moral character. The winner will be a spokesperson for our charitable causes so we want someone who is genuinely kind-hearted,” says Lawlor who is to be one of the four judges.
The winner will not only be crowned and titled Miss Pacific Beach but will walk away with the grand prize of $3000. The second place winner gets $1000. The third place winner - a $500 shopping spree at the Fashion Valley Mall. To enter for the contest, Ms PB hopefuls will attend various castings including a Luau themed party that will have various contests in a process of elimination to help decide who qualifies. And, of course, all this is filmed as a part of the TV show. There will be 20 ladies selected to be entered into the contest.
Lawlor is a San Diego success story. When he first arrived here, he didn't even have a enough money to pay his rent and occasionally slept in his car and on the beach. He resorted to painting houses and serendipitously invented a pair of painting goggles that eventually made him millions. His favorite charities include helping the homeless here in San Diego. In fact, all proceeds from the TV show’s bikini calendar go to Photo Charity (http://www.photocharity.org) - a San Diego based charity that helps the homeless youth here.
Those ladies who would like to become a contestant in the Miss Pacific Beach Contest should go to the show’s website for more details at: http://www.pbreality.com
The PB Reality Show
841 Turquoise St.
San Diego, CA 92109
Tel: 858 822-8693