SEATTLE, Aug. 11, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Created by local drag queen Verotica, whose by-day name is Zachary Allen, Queen Crawl's philanthropic efforts support five local non-profits: Lifelong AIDS Alliance, Human Rights Campaign, Lambert House, Seattle Humane Society, and the Gender Justice League.
To participate, competitors register on queencrawl.com and align themselves to one of Queen Crawl's five Guilds, each of which support one of the non-profits.
Once registration is complete, participants, or potential queens, are provided with an individualized profile page, which they can use to promote themselves and the non-profit they support.
Shameless self-promotion of a profile page drives traffic to a registrants profile where admirers can make donations to support a competitor and their cause. All donations go directly to the non-profit.
Participants will raise money leading up to the main event, a royal bar crawl.
On September 16, 2018 competitors will gather at Melrose Market in Seattle, WA, where on site makeup artists will help potential queens look royal.
Once gowns, heels, wigs, and full makeup are together, competitors will take off on a bar crawl around Capitol Hill, Seattle to four separate locations (to be announced) in a last-ditch effort to raise money for their cause.
After the Crawl, potential queens will return to Melrose Market where the competitor who raised the most money for their non-profit is crowned Queen of the Crawl.
Registration for Queen Crawl is free and open to all competitors 21 years of age or older. Prizes are awarded to the winner of Queen Crawl and to members of the Guild that raised the most money for their supported non-profit.
For more information on Queen Crawl and to register as a competitor go to queencrawl.com.
SOURCE Queen Crawl