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Registration for Fort Bend Co. Fair Queen contest is now through July 18

Shown is the 2012 Fort Bend County Fair Queen Court from left to right; Starr Swanson, 4th runner up; Heather Grant, 2nd runner up; Baylee Womble, 1st runner up; Ashley Mays, 2012 Fair Queen; Ashley Hoover, 5th runner up; Kasey Bronsell, 3rd runner up.

One special young lady will be crowned the Fort Bend County Fair Queen on September 27, 2013 embarking on a yearlong journey.  She will continue a tradition that our fair has upheld since its founding years. Now through July 28, 2013, any females between the ages of 15 and 19 years of age, who are residents of Fort Bend County, may become a FBCF Queen’s contestant by registering for the competition.

The Queen’s competition is based on ticket sales, interview and Style Show performance. Each candidate will be allowed to show her versed qualities in promotion, communication and elegance. Winners receive scholarships and prizes for their efforts, as well as the opportunity to serve as a community ambassador for the Fort Bend County Fair for the coming year.

In 2012, six lovely ladies competed for the title of Fort Bend County Fair Queen.  Ashley Mays of Foster High School was crowned the 2012 Fort Bend County Fair with ticket sales in excess of $94,000.  Collectively, last year’s contestants sold over $166,000 in Fair Admission Tickets.

For Queen Contest Rules or Registration Form, please contact the Fair Office at (281) 342-6171 or visit

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