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Marjabelle Young Stewart was a nationally-known etiquette expert who passed away in 2007. One of her acclaimed accomplishments was the annual search to find the " Most Mannerly City in America," a poll which she took for thirty years. In honor of his wife, Mr. William Stewart has given his blessing to the Charleston School of Protocol and Etiquette to continue the quest to find the " Most Mannerly City in America".
"It fits...it seems proper for the Most Mannerly City for all these years, to take it over...we are happy that Cindy Grosso, owner of Charleston School of Protocol, has picked it up, paying honor to my wife, Marjabelle."
The Charleston School of Protocol and Etiquette, in honor of and dedication to Ms. Marajabelle Young Stewart, is pleased to announce that it is picking up the tradition of rating the most mannerly city in America.
Charleston, South Carolina has been ranked within the top ten cities every year, since the ratings began and for the past eleven years running, Charleston has been rated the number one Most Mannerly City in America by Ms. Stewart!
Listen to audio information about the Most Mannerly City contest.
For more on Ms. Marjabelle Young Stewart please click here.
View the 2013 Most Mannerly City Campaign Results
View the 2012 Most Mannerly City Campaign Results
View the 2011 Most Mannerly City Campaign Results
View the 2010 Most Mannerly City Campaign Results
View the 2009 Most Mannerly City Campaign Results
View the 2008 Most Mannerly City Campaign Results
View the 2007 Most Mannerly City Campaign Results
Please join in our quest to find the most mannerly city.
Please vote for your choice of Most Mannerly City (one vote per person).
In January, 2015, based on the number of votes, the Most Mannerly City will be awarded.
PleaseClick here to vote for the "Most Mannerly City" in America and register to win the trip.
orClick hereto print the mail-in form to vote for the "Most Mannerly City"
or On a postcard please print the following information:
- Telephone number
- Email address
- Your selection for the Most Mannerly City: City State
- If you want to be registered to win the trip to Charleston print "please enter me in the sweepstakes"
- Voting may take place via email or the US Post Office.
- All votes must be received by December 31, 2014.
- The winner will be selected on or by January 31, 2015.
- The winning city is at the sole discretion of The Charleston School of Protocol and Etiquette.
- The winning city will receive an award that will recognize the honor of being named the "Most Mannerly City in America."
Please read the 2014 "Most Mannerly City" contest rules.
The trip to Charleston, South Carolina, is a separate sweepstakes that runs in conjunction with The "Most Mannerly City" contest and will be drawn separately. TO ENTER Please vote on the most mannerly city and register to win a four day, three night trip to Charleston! Please read the "Win a trip to Charleston 2014" contest rules .
I wanted to say thank you for all you did that made our
Charleston Trip a truly memorable experience. Charleston
is a beautiful city! Again, thanks to everyone for the
opportunity to enter and win such a enjoyable sweepstakes.
Congratulations to P. Pursell of Crossville, AL winner of the "2009 Win a trip to Charleston!"
Congratulations to N. Kavanaugh of Bakersfield, CA winner of the "2008 Win a trip to Charleston!"
Congratulations to J. Spencer of Asheville, NC winner of the "2007 Win a trip to Charleston!"