What MISS USA Ate On Her DELTA RIDE BACK TO NYC!

Donald Trump may have overshadowed the accomplishments of the 51 women competing to be Miss USA this past weekend in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, but the Miss Universe Organization (the pageant’s parent company) remained top notch in their professionalism, hospitality, and organization in crowning the beautiful Olivia Jordan from Oklahoma with the new title!

I returned as preliminary judge this year and I had access to Baton Rouge’s signature accommodations and food, while helping the organization select Olivia who garnered scores from me in every category!

DELTA AIRLINES, one of the Miss Universe Organization’s official air carriers, provided travel for judges and staff, and no doubt the new reigning Miss USA, who was immediately sent to a New York penthouse where she will live for a year while donating much of her time to charity, lobbying congress, and representing the United States on a global scale.

I sat in seat 2C on Delta flight #1850 and was offered first class dinner options of either a cold chicken and orzo salad or a hot turkey bacon club sandwich for the three hour flight from New Orleans to LaGuardia.

Delta Airline's Turkey Bacon Club dinner was a meager meal that struggled to satisfy the passenger desire for sustenance and comfort.
Delta Airline’s Turkey Bacon Club dinner was a meager meal that struggled to satisfy the passenger desire for sustenance and comfort.

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