the MR. UNITED STATES organization presents its PREMIER GENTLEMEN’S WORKSHOP SERIES
GENTLEMEN’S CIRCUIT 2020
“A Male’s Interactive Experience To Sources That Matter”
Are You Interested in Modeling, entrepreneurship, Fitness, talent AUDITIONS, or Interview Skills?
FOUR Cities… THREE Hours… Over TWENTY of the nation’s leading industry consultants… All in ONE Masterful Gentlemen’s Workshop Series! The Mr. United States Organization is ecstatic to officially announce its inaugural Gentlemen’s Circuit in tangent with the 2020 MUS National Tour. It’s a one-stop-shop for teen and adult males who wish to sharpen their skills, polish their personal brands, network with industry leaders, and acquire the trending knowledge needed to become a world-class gentleman. Each city will feature select experts and specialty consultants who will share priceless tips and information from a wide-range of industries including: Men’s Fashion, Mental Health & Wellness, Entrepreneurship, Runway Modeling, Headshots/Print Modeling, Men’s Fitness, Social Etiquette/Grooming, Business Interviewing, Resume Building, Social Media Management, Personal Branding, Community Service/Platform Development, Nutrition, Financial Literacy, Public Speaking, & Talent Auditioning.
The Gentlemen’s Circuit seminars are designed for amateurs, pre-professionals, and professionals of all backgrounds who identify as males. All males ages 8 and older are welcome to attend! Skilled professionals will be available for group and private Q&A sessions to help participants prepare for their next performance, competition, corporate interview, or social endeavor. Additionally, each of the circuit’s host cities will feature former MUS State & National Titleholders who will share their personal MUS competitive experiences for gentlemen interested in competing in the 2020 Mr. United States Competition. The Gentlemen’s Circuit is truly the premier gentlemen’s workshop series for youth and adult men who wish to elevate themselves to the next level of greatness!
“When you're good at something, you'll tell everyone. When you're great at something, they'll tell you.”
― Walter Payton
The Gentlemen’s Circuit is a new MUS national service initiative conducted in partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of America. Several state and local organizations are also official partners/sponsors.
The Gentlemen’s Circuit is not a competitive preliminary event for the Mr. United States Pageant. Males interested in any of the above-mentioned industries are encouraged to attend.
Twelve cities are in consideration for the MUS National Tour 2020. (Atlanta, GA | Baton Rouge, LA | Charlotte, NC | Chicago, IL | Dallas, TX | Houston, TX | Los Angeles, CA | Miami, FL | New Orleans, LA | New York, NY | Seattle, WA | Washington, D.C.) Only four cities will be selected as 2020 Gentlemen’s Circuit Hosts. The four circuit host cities selected will be announced December 2019.
Each host city’s agenda will include standard seminars for all participants, as well as breakout group options for participants to choose specific sessions of interest. Workshop details for each of the host cities (location, time, session topics, etc.) will be released December 2019.
Arrive 15-20 minutes early for registration if not completed online before arrival. The general orientation will begin promptly at each site.
Clean Casual Attire is recommended. Business Casual Attire is acceptable but not necessary. No cut-offs or flip-flops.
Parents of youth and teens will be allowed in the general orientation session. Some breakout groups may be reserved for males only.
Males will be able to pre-register online and upon arrival. Student discounts and group discounts will be made available for each workshop. Event costs and registration details will be made available December 2019.
MUS event organizers are still accepting individuals interested in volunteering as consultants or seminar presenters, as well as school organizations or civic groups interested in volunteering as site hosts or event assistants. All interested consultants and volunteers should contact circuit coordinators @ MUSofficemanagement@gmail.com.