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Miss Twin Peaks 2011 has been crowned!

Brittany Wilkerson of Twin Peaks Frisco was crowned Miss Twin Peaks 2011 at this year’s Miss Twin Peaks Bikini Contest on Sunday evening at the ultimate adventure lodge’s flagship location in Addison, Texas.

Four-foot-eleven Wilkerson – affectionately known as “Lil’ Brit” at the Frisco restaurant – edged out Monica McClain (Miss Twin Peaks Austin) and Vanessa Wrigley (Miss Twin Peaks Lewisville) for the title. Miss Twin Peaks 2010, Stephanie Ho of Twin Peaks Round Rock, presented Wilkerson with a tiara and two dozen roses for the win. The two-time Twin Peaks Calendar Girl and model for the restaurant’s uniquely designed mouse pad also earned $1,000 and a feature page in the upcoming Twin Peaks 2012 Calendar.

“I am so, so proud to be named Miss Twin Peaks 2011,” Wilkerson said. “The Miss Twin Peaks Bikini Contest – heck, the entire Bikini Season at Twin Peaks – is incredibly fun to be a part of. Taking the title is a bonus! I love being a Twin Peaks Girl, and it feels awesome to know that so many Twin Peaks fans could see that in me during the contest.”

As Miss Twin Peaks 2011, Wilkerson exemplifies the “girl next door” archetype – confident, beautiful, friendly, warm, and comfortable anywhere, in anything. To determine Miss Twin Peaks, 14 of the restaurants staged their own Bikini Contests full of smiling Girls during the past month. The top two at each event competed at Sunday’s packed, indoor-outdoor Miss Twin Peaks Bikini Contest, which was judged by a mix of company representatives and Dallas-area personalities such as Jay Betsill of The Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s DFW.com and Donovan Lewis of “The Ticket” KTCK-AM (1310).

“Twin Peaks Bikini Season is really a celebration more than a competition,” said co-founder and CEO Randy DeWitt. “It’s a showcase of our beautiful Twin Peaks Girls, who work really hard to look great. Without them, we wouldn’t be having so much success.”

Rachael McCoy (Miss Twin Peaks Addison) took home the Miss Congeniality Award. Other finalists included Cat Wiesenhaus and Jaimie Romero of Twin Peaks Albuquerque, Melissa Trentacosta of Twin Peaks Addison, C.J. Sturdevant and April Schlect of Twin Peaks Plano, and Michelle Edgerly of Twin Peaks Webster.


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Miss Twin Peaks 2011 To Be Crowned on July 24



Twin Peaks Girls exemplify the “girl next door” – confident, beautiful, friendly, warm, and comfortable anywhere, in anything. So which Twin Peaks Girl deserves to be named Miss Twin Peaks 2011?

Find out on July 24 as Twin Peaks concludes Bikini Contest Season with the grand finale: the 2011 Miss Twin Peaks Bikini Contest! During the three-hour event at the rapidly growing ultimate adventure lodge’s flagship restaurant in Addison, more than two dozen of our most prized assets will wow judges and guests in pursuit of the coveted title.

This year, an air-conditioned tent with VIP seating and a pulsating soundtrack will contain the high-energy crowd, allowing them incredible 360-degree views as the finalists strut around in their hottest swimwear.

“Twin Peaks Bikini Season is really a celebration more than a competition,” said CEO Randy DeWitt. “It’s a showcase of our beautiful Twin Peaks Girls, who work really hard to look great. Without them, we wouldn’t be having so much success.”

To determine the contestants, 14 Twin Peaks locations are now staging their own events full of smiling Twin Peaks Girls. The top two at each restaurant’s contest will earn a spot in the Miss Twin Peaks Bikini Contest, where the winner will earn $1,000 and a feature page in the Twin Peaks 2012 Calendar.


Judges will include a mix of company representatives and Dallas-area personalities, who will rate the Girls’ poise, personality, and appearance as well as crowd appeal and answers to pre-selected questions.

The Miss Twin Peaks Bikini Contest is July 24 at 8 p.m. at Twin Peaks Addison, 5260 Belt Line Road in Addison. Admission is $10, which includes equivalent credit toward a future Twin Peaks adventure. For more information and tickets, call 972-503-7325 or email Addison@TwinPeaksRestaurant.com.

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