Are You Among the Most Eligible Black Singles in South Florida?
Calling all single Broward, Miami-Dade residents to enter the Noire Miami contest
Are you an eligible bachelor or bachelorette? Do you live in Broward or Miami? Are you more than 21 years of age? If you think you have what it takes to be titled the first annual Noire Miami's Most Eligible Black Single, then Miami.com wants to hear from you. Here's what you will need to do.
Submit a high quality photo of yourself to NoireMiami@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @NoireMiami. Also include (in 300 words or less) a pitch as to why you should win the Noire Miami Most Eligible Black Single title. The best pitches will be published on Miami.com/NoireMiami on August 5 -19. During this time, Miami.com readers can vote for their favorite bachelor and bachelorette.
How to qualify?
- All submissions must be received by midnight on July 31, 2013.
- Candidate must reside in Broward or Miami
- Candidate must be be 21 years of age or older
- Candidate must be of African descent
How single is single?
- Candidate must be absolutely single
- Candidate cannot be in a state of separation from a spouse
- Candidate cannot be in a relationship or married
- Candidate cannot be engaged
All submissions will be reviewed by select Miami.com editors. On Aug. 5, 2013, the top 20 singles along with their submitted materials will be published on Miami.com for voting.
Winners will be announced at an exclusive party where prizes and gifts will also be awarded.
July 31, 2013 :: Singles profile submission deadlines to NoireMiami@gmail.com
Aug. 5, 2013 :: Top 20 singles will be announced online and voting begins
Aug. 19, 2013 :: Voting closes at midnight
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