The Gentlemen’s Showcase has Officially Started!

March 1, 2012 | Sarah

Today is March 1, and that marks the beginning of the 2012 Gentlemen’s Showcase! Visit our Facebook page right now to see our nominations and to vote for who you think represents the NeW Gentleman of the Year.

Nominations are any young man in college who you think exemplifies gentlemanly behavior. Any woman – regardless of her involvement with NeW – is able to nominate. Nominations can be in the form of a video, picture or note submitted on the NeW Facebook page. Anyone can vote by clicking “like.” Pretty simple, right?

Voting is open for the entire month of March. The young gentleman with the most votes at the end of March 31 will be declared the NeW Gentleman of the Year, and will win a prize. Complete rules and more details on what makes a gentleman can be found on our Gentlemen’s Showcase page on our website.

This is one of our favorite events here at NeW. By honoring the gentlemen in our lives, we’re working to promote the dignity and respect between the sexes that is often lost in this radical feminist-shaped world. The Gentlemen’s Showcase show that chivalry is not dead, and women still appreciate being treated like a lady!

Remember to check here, our Facebook page and our Twitter account often for more information about the Gentlemen’s Showcase, articles written by NeW bloggers, and interviews with the nominees. If you have any questions or comments, don’t hesitate to get in touch with me at [email protected].

Thanks, and enjoy the 2012 Gentlemen’s Showcase!

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