New Miss Robertson County is Headed to Miss Tennessee Competition

Miss Robertson County
Photo by Liz Courtney Photography

Twenty-one-year-old Savannah Maddison was crowned Miss Robertson County and will go on to represent Robertson County at the Miss Tennessee America Competition in June.

Eight exceptional young women vied for the title during the competition on January 14th at Springfield Middle School. Candidates competed in multiple categories including Evening Gown, Social Impact Pitch, Private Interview with the Judges, and Talent.
Maddison shared her passion for supporting our military and her self founded organization “Savannah’s Soldiers.” In addition to being a 501c3 founder, she is Business Owner and a Volunteer Firefighter.

In addition to the crown and the opportunity to compete at Miss Tennessee, Savannah Maddison received a $500 scholarship and the overall interview award.

The Robertson County preliminary was sponsored by multiple local businesses including ReDefined Boutique, Small Town Startup, Liz Courtney Photography, and Grain + Honey. The competition was emceed by Miss Tennessee 2021 Tally Bevis.

“I am so excited to represent Robertson County on the Miss Tennessee Stage. I hope to serve this community and bring awareness to the importance of supporting our military members during my year of service! I am beyond thankful for this opportunity.” says Miss Robertson County Savannah Maddison.

The competition also crowned Miss Robertson County’s Teen Kalani Thomas who will compete for the state teen title, Miss Tennessee’s Teen.