Let's wish her luck!

20160614_183542Kerry Faine of West Fargo will be representing her home town in the Mrs North Dakota America Pageant in July in Jamestown.
And, as one of her sponsors, I’m excited that she’ll be wearing Ruby Ribbon shapewear and clothing as part of her pageant wardrobe.
Kerry lives in West Fargo with her husband and three children. She works as a software engineer and is also studying for a Masters degree in IT. Her goal is to move into teaching in the next five years.
Kerry told me that her oldest children, who are 20 and 17, are at basic training this summer with the National Guard and her youngest, a three-year-old, starts preschool in the fall. She also has two stepchildren who live in Minot.
“I have had a love of pageants since my first when I was 18,” says Kerry.  “I have a special place in my heart for the America pageant system.   They have such a great foundation of building great life skills in girls of all ages. Plus the wonderful opportunity to make life long friendships.”
“I am very honored to be Mrs. West Fargo America  2016  and am looking forward to the upcoming competition in July,” she adds. “The pageant is a great opportunity for North Dakota women to promote family values, women’s causes and local charities.”
Here she’s shown wearing her outfit for appearances and pageant sponsor visits, plus a parade. This outfit include her Ruby Ribbon Flare Leg Pants.

Female EMT loves Ruby Ribbon cami

emergency-1137137_960_720As a volunteer Emergency Medical Tech (EMT) in a small town, you need to be prepared. And part of being prepared means sleeping in something that can help you be ready fast if you get a call in the middle of the night.
This weekend, one local woman who volunteers as an EMT for an ambulance squad shared with me that one of the many reasons she loves her Ruby Ribbon cami is that it’s comfortable enough to sleep in, but it also gives her the support she needs when on a call. She can sleep in her cami, then pull on her clothes quickly and get out to help a person in need.
So glad I could help her be ready when someone needs her.