What is Mr. Titletown?
The Mr. Titletown contest is a fundraising event that started in 2009 to raise money for safe and fun parties after prom and graduation. During the event, "Mr. Man" winners from Green Bay Area Schools compete to win the title of Mr. Titletown. If a "Mr. Man" isn't available, you can nominate the Prom King or other student as approved by your school's Student Council and Principal. The contest consists of an introduction to the contestants, a question and answer portion, formalwear, and a talent section. In addition to the "Mr. Man" contestants, students from area high schools also model dresses from Elaine's Wedding Center and tuxedos from DuBois Formalwear. This is a great opportunity for students to complete service hours required for graduation.
Who Can Participate?
Any Brown County Area High School is eligible to participate. Schools that have competed for the crown in the past include:
What are the benefits of this event?
How do dollars get distributed?
All proceeds from Mr. Titletown are used as mini-grants for area high schools for post prom and post graduation parties, as well as scholarship opportunities for various participating students.
The past Mr. Titletown winners have received up to a $2,500.00 scholarship for future school use, the runner-up received a $1,000.00 scholarship provided by Green Bay Packaging, and the "Mr. Monopoly" winner received a $500.00 provided by Partners in Education. Additional scholarships were also awarded to female escorts.
When is the next event?
The 2016 Mr. Titletown contest date is to be determined. Come back later for more information!
For more information, contact: