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Tourism Continued from page 60 with a 'rourism Industry on Pa- rade," which Everhart explained was designed to "put a face on tourism." Conference participants wore uniforms or clothing reflective of their day-to-day work require- ments or carded signs or company banners. BayStar Productions, Nicola Pizza, the Best Western Gold Leaf motel and the Ocean Outlets were a few of the Sussex County busi- nesses which participated in the conference. "We had a very good represen- tation from this county," Everhart said. The purpose of the conference was to solicit information from those in the tourism industry in preparation for the national con- ference, Small explained. A local paper will be presented at the na- tional conference, which is de- signed to educate policy makers about the importance of travel and tourism. "The results of the conference will be used to make recommen- dations at the state and federal level and as a basis for state plan- ning," Everhart said. States were asked to look at nine issues at the federal level. Those issues were research, tech- nology, infrastructure, product de- velopment, promotion, facilitation and reduction of barriers, educa- tion and training, environment and traveler safety. Participants at the conference met in focus groups to brainstorm concerns and recommendations on each of the nine subject areas. Everhart and Kay Wheatley, pres- ident of the Sussex County Con- vention and Tourism Commis- sion, served as industry expert and moderator, respectively, for the promotion focus group. More focus group sessions will be held this summer, according to Small. Small, of Lewes, will be respon- sible for representing Delaware's interests in the development of a national tourism strategy. In addition to Small and Wheat- ley, Delaware delegates who have been invited to attend the national conference in October include Gov. Thomas R. Carper; U.S. sen- ators William Roth and Joseph Biden; U.S. Rep. Michael Castle; Gigi Windley, director of the Delaware Tourism Office; K.C. Seth, owner of E1 Sombrero Restaurant, Dover Bowl and First State Mortgage; Jacques Am- blard, general manager of the Ho- tel du Pont; Frankie Miller, assis- tant professor of the University of Delaware Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management School; and Ralph Williams, executive di- rector of the Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau. Michael Harkins, executive direc- tor of the Delaware River and Bay Authority, was elected to serve as an alternate delegate. Miss Delaware contestants appear at Roadhouse The Roadhouse Steak Joint at Midway played host to all of the Miss Delaware contestants on Wednesday evening, May 31. Here waiting to greet customers outside of the establishment are (back row, L to r.) Miss County Seat Nicki White, Miss Cape Henlopen Tricia McCrae, Miss Stanton Jennifer Learn, Miss Brandywine Miehelle Harris, Miss Diamond State Maria Mar- tinez, Miss Goldy Beacom DanYelle Carter, Miss First State Susanne Ludwig, Miss Dover An- gel Hardy, Miss Hockessin Kyle Haberkost, Miss Sussex Georgiana Staley and Miss Pike Creek Teresa Mullin; (front row) Miss Milinboro Joy Hastings, Miss Tri County Shawna Ward, Miss Greenville Jacqueline Pilla, Miss Wilmington Aishah Bradley, Miss Rehoboth Jennifer Archer, Miss Kent County Wendy DeLeo and Miss Collegiate Tracy FriswelL The pagent is a two-day event this year, with proHminarles tonight (June 2) and the finals on Saturday night, both at Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 2- June 8, 1995 -61 Quest for America's Best under way The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce has been notified that the Delaware Economic Development Office, in cooperation with QVC, is provid- ing Delaware businesses with an opportunity to showcase their products to more than 50 million television viewers. They have announced their search for new and innovative products that are now being made in Delaware. Selected products will be highlighted and sold on the QVC television shopping network during a live telecast from Delaware via QVC LOCAL, a state-of-the-art mobile television studio, as part of the Quest for America's Best - QVC's 50-in-50 tour. In order to be considered, the products must be made in Delaware, must have a retail value rasavto of at least $15, must be able to ship via UPS and must not be dis- tributed nationally. The Delaware Economic Devel- opment Office has established a telephone number for vendors in- terested in having their product considered for selection. Interest- ed companies and individuals should call Clinton Bunting toil- free at 1-800-304-0707 for addi- tional information. Applications for product submission would be submitted no later than July 3. Kim Vincent wins Young Careerist award By Kristen Seal Rehoboth native Kim Vincent was awarded the Young Careerist Award by the Delaware Chapter of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. at the state convention in Dover on Saturday, May 20. Currently living in Harrington with her hus- band and two children, Vincent is the daughter of Jay and Bonnie Futcher of Rehoboth Beach. She is a 1980 graduate of Cape Henlopen High School, received her bachelor's degree in busi- ness administration from Wilmington College and her master's degree in business adminis- tration from Delaware State University. She has been employed for the last seven and a half years as the retirement services supervisor at the State Pension Office in Dover and has been a BPW member for two years. In order to be consid- ered for the annual Young Careerist Award, one must be a member of the Busi- ness and Professional Women's Club (BPW) and under 35 years of age. Vincent explained that the application process in- VINCENT volved answering ques- tions concerning her edu- cational and career background, listing her professional accomplishments, outlining her goals in the next ten years, explaining why she is a member of BPW and expressing her opin- ion on several BPW platform issues including the Equal Rights Amendment, equality in pay, civil rights and women's economic and repro- ductive choices. Four women who applied for the Young Ca- reerist Award were chosen to attend the state convention on May 20 based upon their appli- cations. At the convention, those women were asked to conduct a panel interview for three judges, participate in a roundtable discussion with the other contestants and deliver a three minute speech to the delegates on how being a Continued on page 62 NITE Chef Mario Bofllndarl, from Palm Beach, Florida, has prepared a varlety of Pasta, Veal, and Flsh Entr6es. Open for Dinner 7 Days 5 p.m. - I0:30 p.m. 32 Lake Ave. Rehoboth Beach 302-226-1160 For Resenlatlons Across from Fran O'Brien "s Overlooking the Ocean for 15 years Open 7 Days from 11:30 a.m. Olive Avenue and the Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-6261 SERVING DINNER AT 5 P.M. FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY DJ FRIDAY & SATURDAY AT 10 P.M.