Our friends over at GuysGirl have put together the Beauty & Brains March Madness Contest to determine this year’s top female sports reporter.
Women were chosen based on active time in front of the camera, their knowledge on sports and the ability to shine like a rockstar in the male dominated field. The #1 seeds are the obvious Erin Andrews of the world while the lower seeds are up and comers you may not have heard of…yet.
The Beauty and the Brains Challenge will last the typical length of the traditional March Madness tournament with a Sweet 16 round, Elite 8, Final Four and finally the Championship to determine which reporter has the best beauty and brains combination.
For those that vote, winners will be chosen at random for the chance to win a $100 prize pack from GuysGirl, a GuysGirl goodie bag filled with koozies, sunglasses and a t-shirt plus a few other prizes thrown in just for participating.
JOIN THE FUN >> https://guysgirl.com/blog/sports/beauty-and-the-brains-the-sweet-16-of-female-sports-reporters.html
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