It’s 2020, and on Sunday, January 5th, Ziascoz presents “Moving Forward in Purple and Gold,” a pageant to crown the next Mr. and Miss Ziascoz. The event will honor Gabrielle Remsen Ruby-Villarde, Miss Ziascoz 2018-2020, and La’John Trinity, Mr. Ziascoz 2018-2020 who will be stepping down to make way for new titleholders.
There will also be performances by Miss Ziascoz at Large Ganivah Cache, and Miss New Faces of Maryland 2020 Crown Diamond Cache. The doors will open at 9 pm and the contest begins at 10. Ziascoz is located at 1313 East Pratt Street, Baltimore. Admission is $10.
The contest categories include an interview, presentation (purple and / or gold), evening wear, talent, and question and answer session. The contestant fee is $30. For more information call 443-467-9749 or visit Bit.ly/36eQHDp.
Adam Romanik is the owner of Computer Solutions for Less, an IT consulting business. Adam has over 15 years experience working in the both the IT industry and libraries and has worked as an adjunct instructor at several educational institutions. Adam earned both a Bachelors & Masters degree in Library Science from Clarion University, has earned 24 graduate credits towards a second masters degree in Information Systems and is an MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer).
Adam Romanik is also the president and founder of the Keystone State Gay Rodeo Association. He actively competes both on the International Gay Rodeo Association Circuit as well as locally in the mid-atlantic region.
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