Moira O'Bryan crowns Deja Fitzwater Miss Oregon Outstanding Teen 2022

Moira O'Bryan Miss Oregon's Outstanding Teen 2021 has just crowned Deja Fitzwater Miss Oregon Outstanding Teen 2022 today on Sat, Jun 18, 2022 at Seaside Civic & Convention Center!!!

Deja Fitzwater Miss Oregon Outstanding Teen 2022 will represent her state Oregon at 17th Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2023 during 3-day event August 10-12, 2022 at the Hyatt Regency Dallas in Dallas, Texas where new queen will be crowned by Alabama's Marcelle LeBlanc Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2022 at the end of Grand Finale on Friday August 12, 2022.

Meet 4th Runner-up Abigail Hayes to The 97TH Miss America 2022

Miss Oregon 2021 Abigail Hayes (www.instagram.com/missamericaor), is 20 from Damascus

Abigail Hayes of Damascus was crowned Miss Oregon 2021 on June 19, 2021 at Seaside Civic and Convention Center in Seaside, Oregon.

Today Abigail competed for the title of Miss America 2022 at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut in December 2021 and emerged as Winner of .4th Runner-up to The 97TH Miss America 2022.

Meet Natalie Tonneson Miss Oregon USA 2019 in Social Media

The Miss USA Competition Time Memories are Sweet and Always Alluring

Look Back at Natalie Miss USA 2019 Times and The Latest Pose from A CRUISE in Italy!!!/p>

Natalie Tonneson, Miss Oregon USA 2019, gets hair done by a stylist from CHI Haircare upon arriving to Grand Sierra Resort and Casino (GSR) in Reno Tahoe on Tuesday, April 23. The Miss USA contestants are touring, filming, rehearsing and preparing to compete for the Miss USA crown in Reno Tahoe.

Everbridge to Power Countrywide Public Warning System in The Netherlands

Everbridge Awarded Contract to Power Countrywide Public Warning System in The Netherlands

The Netherlands expands its deployment of Everbridge for NL-Alert, adding Everbridge’s state-of-the-art, hybrid Public Warning Center, enabling the Dutch government to distribute Public Warning messages via various channels to devices (including Cell Broadcast to mobile phones) on a nation-wide basis, protecting over 17.5 million residents and millions of annual tourists