16-Year old Murfreesboro resident crowned with a national title

Tori Inman of Murfreesboro participated in the ANTSO (America National Teenager Scholarship Organization), which is a program for gifted young women ages 9-25 hosted this year in Nashville, TN. The pageant was held at the Music City Sheraton. Tori competed with young ladies from all over the United States and she was crowned with a national title of ANTSO National Sweetheart 2015.

Tori is 16 years old and will be a junior at Middle Tennessee Christian School in Murfreesboro. She is a cheerleader at MTCS. She lives in Murfreesboro with her parents, Randy and Kathy Inman and her brother Trent. Tori loves to travel and spend time with friends and family. She loves volunteering in the community and looks forward to all of the opportunities that come with being a national titleholder!

America's National Teenager is the longest running premier pageant for teens in the U.S. Founded in 1970; ANTSO promotes a role model of leadership, scholastic aptitude and service. Combining the elements of glamour, scholarship, style and service, our ANTSO State and National Programs draw on a positive approach to pageantry that implements a scoring system focusing on a "real girl". With no swimsuit or mandatory talent competition, ANTSO focuses on YOU, as a typical teen in your daily life, highlighting what makes you special!

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If you would like to book Tori for any appearances , please send an e-mail to antsonationalsweetheart@yahoo.com or If you would like to find out more information on the ANTSO pageant system please check out our web page nationalteen.com or for our state pageant see tnnationalteen,com or look us up on facebook!

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