VIDEO: Miss America Headquarters Find a New Home in Atlantic City
ATLANTIC CITY - The Miss America Organization offices have found a new home at the historic Claridge Hotel - following the pageant's move back to Atlantic City two years ago.
Miss America Organization Chief Operating Office Josh Randle said that the organization is thrilled to continue their partnership with Atlantic City.
“Having the competition return here two years ago was an incredible experience – but now that we’re moving our national headquarters here, really makes a big difference," said Randle. "Back in Atlantic City, we’ve got a lot of energy, great response for it, so we’re really excited.”
The new offices double as a historical walk down Miss America lane, with portraits and memorabilia lining the hallways.
Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian, and Miss America 2015 herself, Kira Kazantzev were all in town for the ribbon cutting.