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[MISS CE ECSC SWIMSUIT PAGEANT – PRELIMINARY DATES]

MISS CE ECSC SWIMSUIT PAGEANT – PRELIMINARY DATES

This year is the 56th annual Coastal Edge East Coast Surfing Championships Presented by Vans, Fueled by Monster Energy! With a $20,000 total swimsuit pageant purse prize, it’s our biggest year yet! Preliminary dates and locations are listed below. 

At each preliminary, the top 4 girls walk away with a cash prize and advance to the semi-finals during this year’s CE East Coast Surfing Championships August 25th-26th. A FIRST for the CE ECSC pageant, there will be a MR. ECSC segment. Follow the ECSC Facebook page to stay up to date on registration and details. 

To pre-register, email Michelle Caton, International Bikini Team, with the date and location. 

  • May 12th – Bucketheads Beach Grill. Registration starts at 430pm. 
  • May 27th – Beach House Live (formerly Eagles Nest Virginia Beach). Registration starts at 9pm.
  • June 10th – The Shack. Registration starts at 2pm. 
  • June 23rd – Blue Pete’s. Registration starts at 630pm. 
  • July 3rd – Peabody’s. Registration starts at 8pm. 
  • August 12th – Chicho’s Oceanfront. Registration starts at 7pm. 

 

Additional dates and locations will be added throughout the season. Stay tuned to the ECSC Facebook page for updates. 

ECSC has been celebrating the surfer lifestyle since 1962 and some of the most prominent surfers in the world have graced our waters as a result. ECSC is the 2nd oldest, continuously run surfing championship in the world. Over the years, both professional, amateur and local kid/teen/adult surfers have ridden Virginia Beach waves for top honors. In the past 10 years alone, millions of dollars of prize money has been paid out for all of ECSC related events; from surfing to volleyball and its annual swimsuit pageant. For more on ECSC, check out the 2017 highlights at surfecsc.com.

In addition to running and managing ECSC, the VB Jaycees have been a core group of young professionals ages 18-40 in the area since the 1940s. The group serves to promote leadership training and community involvement and their historical influence over the city includes everything from aiding in the development of the Virginia Beach Volunteer Rescue Squad and public library systems to honoring the First Citizen of Virginia Beach award. 

For press or media inquiries: Kayte Hamilton at VBJCCommunications@gmail.com

For sponsorship opportunities: George Alcaraz at George@surfecsc.com 

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