People2 Essay

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Mr. Millennium Man

Each contestant had to:
-sign a contract
1.) down payment of $15, ensures commitment
2.) the last day you can withdraw from the contest
3.) no grudges, if not selected
4.) to accept with honor, if selected

-fill out an info sheet
1.) the name of your escort
2.) what they were going to wear (swimwear, etc...)

Lay-out of the Contest:
-opening number (choreographed by some of the officers)
-talent (karaoke)
-swim wear
-evening wear
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