MISS RODEO ALABAMA
From Camden, Alabama, Chelsea Maness is currently enrolled at Troy University pursuing a degree in Communications with a minor in Public Relations. Her dream job would be to work in promotions for anything rodeo.
Chelsea’s hobbies include painting, barrel racing and dancing. She has worked as a mentor for the Alabama Junior High Rodeo queen pageant and is a member of the Pike County Cattlewomen’s Association. She is a member of the Communications Club at Troy University and Camden Church of God.
“For me being a rodeo queen is more than the banner and crown. I am an ambassador for the sport that has played such a big role in my life. To be Miss Rodeo America would be the biggest honor to me. To be able to represent the country that I love and the sport that my life revolves around would be something that would mean the world to me. Also to show people that are apprehensive about the sport of rodeo that it is one of the last wholesome activities that is a family event. Rodeo is not only a sport but also a lifestyle and I feel that rodeo is my lifestyle. I want to be a positive role model and to be able to shine some light in this world. To be able to make a difference while representing the lifestyle that has captured my heart.”